AlphaZetta, Singapore-based company adopts The Tripartite Guidelines on Fair Employment Practices
(TGFEP) for its fair and merit-based employment practices.
It is the policy of AlphaZetta to provide employment and consulting opportunities without regard to race,
colour, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran or military status, pregnancy status, gender,
gender identity, sexual orientation, or genetic information. The Company seeks to maintain a highly
productive organization of men and women who represent differences in viewpoints, cultures, races
and gender, and embraces good ideas produced by that diversity. This will be accomplished through
selection and training of qualified people and will provide them with compensation, benefits, and
opportunities for advancement without discrimination.
This policy is subject to the requirements of local laws and regulations. In order to provide equal
employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at AlphaZetta will
be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities.
AlphaZetta does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color,
religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, veteran or military status, marital
status, pregnancy status, disability, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by
AlphaZetta will not tolerate acts of discrimination (which includes harassment). No hardship, loss of
benefits, nor penalty may be imposed on an employee as punishment for filing a good faith complaint
of discrimination or responding to a complaint of discrimination, appearing as a witness in the
investigation of a complaint, service as an investigator or otherwise cooperating in a workplace
investigation. Retaliation or attempted retaliation is a violation of this Policy and anyone who engages
in retaliatory behaviour may be subject to discipline as set forth below.
AlphaZetta does not and will not employ child labour or forced labour. In addition, AlphaZetta will not
knowingly engage a supplier or distributor, or enter into a joint venture with an organization, that
employs or subcontracts child labour or forced labour. AlphaZetta defines “child labour” as work or
service extracted from anyone under the age of sixteen, and defines “forced labour” as any work or
service not voluntarily performed and extracted from an individual under threat of force.
If you have a concern that you may have violated this policy, or you have a good faith suspicion that
another AlphaZetta employee is in violation of this policy, you should report this to your assigned
chapter manager or you may reach out at helpline@ alphazetta.ai .
NOTE: Any consultant who fails to comply with this policy may be subject to discipline, up to and