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About-Us

Our governance commitment

The strength of our governance commitment is based upon the leadership of an experienced Chairman guiding a Board composed of independent, knowledgeable Directors. Together, this team ensures that best industry standards, ethical practices and transparent policies are implemented throughout the organization.

Our corporate governance practices have been and continue to comply with applicable Canadian and U.S. requirements. We monitor developments in Canada and the U.S. on an ongoing basis with a view to revising our governance policies and practices, as appropriate.

Under NYSE rules, we are required to disclose any significant deviations from the corporate governance practices followed by U.S. domestic companies under the NYSE's listing standards. We believe there are no significant differences between our corporate governance practices and those stipulated under the NYSE listing standards.

Our goals are to honour our obligations to local stakeholders and optimize economic results in all our many areas of operation. Our management team and Board of Directors are committed to the best principles of corporate governance, delivering results to our shareholders and safeguarding our long-term financial strength.

Board and Committee Terms of Reference

Board Guidelines and other terms of reference

Our Board of Directors believes that the Company’s principal objective is to generate acceptable returns to our security holders. For more details, download the Board Guidelines.

Governance & Nominating Committee

The main purpose of the Governance and Nominating Committee is to provide a focus on governance that will enhance the Company's performance, to assess and make recommendations regarding the Board of Directors effectiveness, and to establish and lead the process for identifying, recruiting, appointing and re-appointing directors and providing for their ongoing professional development. For more details, download the Governance Committee Terms of Reference.

Audit Committee

The Audit Committee's primary function is to assist the Board in fulfilling its financial reporting and control responsibilities to the Company’s shareholders and the investment community. The external auditors report directly to the Audit Committee. For the Audit Committee’s primary duties and responsibilities, download the Audit Committee Terms of Reference.

Sustainability Committee

The main purpose of the Sustainability Committee is to review and monitor the Company’s relevant activities on behalf of the Board of Directors. For more details, download the Sustainability Terms of Reference.

Human Resources & Compensation Committee

The Human Resources & Compensation Committee has been initiated by our Board of Directors to establish a plan of continuity for executive officers and other members of senior management. For more details, download the Human Resources & Compensation Committee Terms of Reference.

CORPORATE POLICIES
Our Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy further elaborates on Goldcorp’s zero tolerance to bribery and corruption by outlining specific prohibition of commercial and public bribery as well as facilitation payments. The policy also includes specific compliance requirements for gifts and entertainment, political and charitable contributions, third-party risk management and transparency of our books and records.
The principles included in our Code of Conduct summarize what Goldcorp expects from each of us and provides valuable advice on how to conduct our work with integrity.
Our Goldcorp Investment Framework (GIF) provides direction over major investments decisions that meet our financial and operational criteria, including sustainability considerations. It helps guide our investment decisions to allocate capital to projects with the highest, risk-adjusted rates of return. The Framework ensures investments are aligned with our vision, pillars and values and achieve optimal shareholder value based on a consistent and sustainable decision-making framework.
Our Corporate Social Responsibility Policy provides guidelines to develop meaningful and effective strategies for engaging with stakeholders, establish grievance mechanisms, identify socio-economic opportunities and make meaningful and sustainable contributions to the communities where we operate.
Our Disclosure, Confidentiality and Insider Trading Policy ensures that we meet our obligations under securities laws and stock exchange rules. The policy includes guidelines on disclosure of material information, the confidentiality of undisclosed material information and the preparation and release of communications made on Goldcorp’s behalf. It prohibits anyone from trading in our securities when that person is in possession of material, non-public information and provides for the imposition of trading blackout periods.
Our Diversity Policy commits us to workplace diversity and sets out the guidelines by which we will endeavour to increase diversity throughout the company, including at the Board level.
Our Donations Policy establishes guidelines for the administration of our corporate giving program. It outlines the four key areas of priority for philanthropic activities, which include education, health, community development, and arts and culture.
The Environmental and Sustainability Policy states that Goldcorp and our subsidiaries are committed to the protection of life, health and the environment for present and future generations. Resources will be focused to achieve shareholder value without neglecting our commitment to sustainable development. The needs and culture of the local communities will be respected.
The Human Rights Policy commits us to integrate human rights best practices into all of our business and decision-making processes. The policy mandates that we operate in a way that respects human rights of employees and the communities in which we operate. International humanitarian laws were consulted in developing the policy and it includes our commitment to seek to establish constructive dialogues and partnerships with a variety of stakeholders on human rights performance.
The Occupational Health and Safety Policy ensures that we develop and implement effective management systems to: identify, minimize and manage health and safety risks; promote and enhance employee commitment and accountability; provide training and information; strive for continuous improvement by setting targets and measuring results; and provide the resources to achieve a safe and healthy work environment.
The Security Policy commits us to respecting human rights and promoting the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights.