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Microsoft Runs on Trust

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Our Commitment

When you report a concern or issue, you can expect that your report will be treated seriously, fairly, and promptly.

Reporting Concerns

If you are aware of or have a concern about potential misconduct, it is your responsibility and your right to report the concern.

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Safe, Confidential Reporting

It is safe to report a concern about misconduct--retaliation is prohibited.

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Making Ethical Decisions

If you’re unsure whether a decision may harm trust; Pause, Think, and Ask.

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Raising Integrity Concerns

Part of building a culture of trust is learning to speak up when something’s not right, so that we can address the problem.

Choose whichever reporting option you are most comfortable using. Whichever option you choose, your confidentiality will be protected:

  • fax

    Fax: 1-425-708-7177

  • mail

    By Mail:
    Office of Legal Compliance
    Microsoft Corporation
    One Microsoft Way
    Redmond, WA 98052
    United States

In addition, you can always raise concerns with your manager, any Microsoft manager, HR, Finance, or CELA.

Resources

Employees

Every Microsoft Employee is responsible for building and maintaining trust. Microsoft’s Standards of Business Conduct will show you how we use our culture and values to build and preserve trust with our customers, governments, investors, representatives, and each other and achieve more together.

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Partners

When our customers trust us, we all achieve more. As partners, our mutual commitment to building and maintaining trust means doing business the right way – ethically and honestly.

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