Supplier Code of Conduct

Last Updated: March 10, 2023

Argyle expects the business partners that we work with, including all vendors, consulting firms, staffing agencies, agency temps, partners and licensees (“Suppliers”) to operate in a manner consistent with high ethical and legal standards, including as described in this Supplier Code of Conduct (“Supplier Code of Conduct”). Suppliers are responsible for ensuring that their employees, affiliates, distributors, subcontractors, agents, or other representatives involved in providing products or services to Argyle, or to consumers or customers on Argyle’s behalf, read and comply with this Supplier Code of Conduct. If you suspect illegal or unethical practices, it is your responsibility to report it to Argyle and the appropriate local authorities.


Our relationship with you is based on mutual trust and respect. You may also demonstrate your commitment to these principles through compliance with your own code of conduct or company policies that embrace and are materially consistent with these standards. However, Argyle may ask you to verify your compliance by any of the following methods and to take corrective action if there is a reason for concern:

1.       Self-Assessments: We may ask you to fill in a questionnaire on compliance.

2.      Third-Party Assessments: We may solicit a third party, e.g., a data provider, on your compliance and performance.

3.      Certifications/Statements: We may ask you for a certification or statement confirming compliance

Disclaimer: the expectations set forth in this Supplier Code of Conduct are not intended to conflict with or modify the terms and conditions of your contracts with Argyle. If a contract requirement is more restrictive than this Supplier Code of Conduct, you must comply with the more restrictive contract requirement.