The Way We Work
Understanding our mission and values, and the way we achieve them
Oxford University Press employs more than 6,000 people, and its books, materials and services are sold in 188 countries worldwide. It is important to us that we carry out our work in accordance with our core values and principles at all times, and in all territories.
We have a number of codes and guidelines that we adhere to, and that help frame our relationships with our suppliers, authors, customers, and other partners.
For more details on some of these please see the links below:
Oxford University Press Code of Conduct
Our Code of Conduct presents a set of values and principles that underpin all of our work at Oxford University Press. It also includes OUP's commitments across a range of important ethical and social concerns. We have two versions of our Code; one for our employees and one for our partners.
Oxford University Press anti-bribery and fraud standards
We are committed to carrying out business to the highest standards of integrity and in accordance with relevant legislation. OUP has zero tolerance of bribery and fraud, and believes the fight against bribery and fraud is in the broader interests of business and civil society.
Modern Slavery Act statement
This statement has been prepared by Oxford University Press is accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015. It is important to us that we carry out our work in accordance with our core values and principles at all times, and in all territories and we look to our partners to do the same.
Use of personal information
UK Gender Pay Gap Report
In the UK, all companies with more than 250 employees must report their gender pay gap. As a department of the University of Oxford, our figures are included in the overall University report. Additionally, we have decided to share our UK gender pay gap figures separately, using the same measures as outlined by the guidelines.
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