Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2020 | Cushman & Wakefield

Our employees are expected to treat others with dignity and respect at all times. We are committed to the prevention of harassment in our workplace and in all work-related settings. Such conduct, whether verbal, physical or visual, is prohibited. We do not tolerate acts of violence or physical intimidation, and threats of either are also prohibited. Retaliation of any kind against an employee making a good faith complaint of harassment is not tolerated. Employees engaging in retaliatory conduct will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment. Cushman & Wakefield respects the religious beliefs and practices of all employees and will make, on request, an accommodation for such observances when a reasonable accommodation is available. Our teams around the world are championing workplace inclusion through the ongoing efforts of ERGs. Learn more in the Leading the Way for Our People and Communities section of this report. We recognize that there are indirect risks to human rights through our supply chain. Employees, vendors and suppliers are expected to comply with our Global Vendor/Supplier Integrity Policy as well as the Global Code of Business Conduct and our other policies and standards referenced within those policies. To date, we have not been aware of any instances of slavery or human trafficking in our

business or supply chain. A 24/7 hotline is available to employees, clients and third parties to report suspected slavery or human trafficking in our business or supply chain. Reporting Misconduct Our employees play an integral role in creating an ethical and socially responsible culture at Cushman & Wakefield. Therefore, we aim to empower employees to speak up to address potential breaches of compliance or expected ethical conduct. We urge employees to report concerns and do not tolerate acts of retaliation against those who do. Confidential reports can be made to local management, a regional legal or compliance officer, managers in our People Function or through our global, 24/7, multilingual hotline administered by EthicsPoint. All reports are investigated promptly, thoroughly and consistently with applicable laws. Anti-Corruption (205-103, 205-2) Cushman & Wakefield has zero tolerance for corruption, bribery or extortion. Our Global Charitable Contributions and Sponsorships Policy outlines our approach to being a good corporate citizen; we never offer or accept gifts, payments or hospitality to encourage or reward a decision. Additionally, our commitment to ethical business practices is upheld by incorporating the principles


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