What it Takes To Do Business with CNX
- Financially stable, diverse suppliers (large and small) who work safely every day, are committed to a drug-and-alcohol-free work environment, comply with applicable laws, and whose values align with CNX's core values
- On-site service providers who are willing to certify through Veriforce/PEC Compliance Pro and TEAM Professional Services, our third party contractor qualification and management database
- Technology-savvy suppliers who can send invoices and receive payments electronically via our Ariba Procurement system
- Certified minority-owned, woman-owned and veteran-owned businesses
- Suppliers who will honor the CNX Code of Conduct with regard to vendor activities
CNX Code of Conduct for Gifts and Entertainment from Suppliers
CNX Resources Corporation and its affiliate and subsidiary companies are committed to maintaining the highest ethical standards in the conduct of our business. Each employee must operate with integrity and in compliance with applicable laws and in a manner that excludes consideration of personal advantage. We do not permit our employees to accept gifts or entertainment from business associates that exceeds a nominal value, nor do we look favorably upon frequent entertainment. As a supplier, you are not expected to provide gifts or entertainment to our employees or their families, and we strongly discourage vendors and contractors from doing so.
Furthermore, should any CNX employee request gifts or entertainment or suggest or imply that providing gifts or entertainment is a condition of doing business with CNX, contractors and vendors are expected to immediately report that by calling the CNX confidential Ethics and Compliance Hotline at 1-877-647-3335. The Hotline is an anonymous toll-free service that is available 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year.
We will not tolerate any violations of the CNX Code of Ethics and Business Conduct or other policies and procedures, especially with regard to Conflicts of Interest and Gifts and Entertainment.
CNX employees are to avoid the intent and appearance of unethical behavior in relationships, actions and communications with suppliers, customers and each other. As a supplier, we would simply ask you and your teams to understand our strong commitment to ethical business conduct, which forms the foundation of trust necessary for the long-term success of our business relationships.