Our Commitment to Business Ethics

Pearl Interactive Network, Inc. Ethics Statement

Pearl is not just a company, we are a social enterprise that aims to give hiring priority to skilled and talented disabled veterans, veterans, disabled persons, military spouses and people living in geographically challenged areas. We are committed to our mission and we believe in only the highest of ethical standards.

Our Executive, Management and Human Resources staff communicate and train our employees on a regular basis on the importance of using ethical practices in all that we do.

Pearl prohibits any retaliation against employees who provide information to or assist in an investigation of any violations of applicable laws or who provide information to assist in an investigation by a federal regulatory or law enforcement agency.

Pearl encourages all employees to raise concerns about any questionable practices they encounter.

Recent News

NAWBO Columbus Leads Effort to Create First WBE Program for Ohio

On Thursday, December 13, 2018, the persistent efforts of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), Columbus for the creation of a Women’s Enterprise Certification (WBE) paid off. House Bill 494 was passed by the Ohio Legislature and signed into law by Governor Kasich on December 19, 2018. The bill contains language that will […]

Merry Korn Testifies Supporting HB 492 Ohio Business Women's Certification

Merry Korn provided testimony today in support of Ohio House Bill 492, which would create the Ohio Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) Certification program, before the Ohio House State and Local Government Committee chaired by Representative Marlene Anielski (R- Walton Hills). Korn testified that her firm, Pearl Interactive Network, regularly encounters challenges to accessing state government […]

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