In March, Exemplum implements “Ser Exemplum” program, which presents the ethics and conduct built throughout the company’s history.
With more than 25 years on the market, the company seeks to consolidate its ethical and transparent culture, promoting compliance and integrity in the work environment in all operations. The program covers all sectors of the organization, as well as all managers and employees, and includes compliance policies and procedures, regular training, and preventive actions.
The goal is to ensure that all Exemplum audiences understand the importance of this moment that the company is sharing, which highlights the significance of relationships consolidated by ethical behavior and proper professional conduct. Initiatives like this offer several benefits to the organizational culture including strengthening brand trust and its credibility, reducing communication breakdown, legal and ethical violations, and thus increasing employee satisfaction and well-being.
Exemplum reiterates its commitment to ethics and compliance as a top priority, constantly working towards a transparent, fair and upstanding work environment where all employees can continue to feel safe and valued.
“Ser Exemplum” | Ethics and conduct hand in hand for a new tomorrow represents a big step in the path of strengthening this culture towards lasting success. With this program, Exemplum reaffirms its commitment to excellence and integrity in all aspects of its operations.
Being an expanding company with clients in three countries and 17 Brazilian states, Exemplum Accounting Management opened a new branch in São Paulo in early June. With over 25 years’ experience, the company works in several areas such as tax compliance, auditing, consulting, accounting, human resources management, due diligence, outsourcing and corporate services.
Considering this new unit in São Paulo, located at Vila Mariana, Exemplum has three offices. The company’s headquarters is based in Sapucaia do Sul and its other branch is in Guaíba, both in the state of Rio Grande do Sul.
According to Vânia Boeira, executive director of Exemplum, getting to São Paulo was a natural process, given the need for specialized accounting services is growing in the region.
Besides the company’s continued success in Rio Grande do Sul, the director of Exemplum highlights that the pandemic has brought significant challenges to the accounting management of companies, which has increased the demand for these services, especially in the business restructuring, merges, acquisition, and tax support
Taking initiative to fight hunger, Exemplum joined forces with its employees and, through the “Hand in Hand for those who are hungry” (translation for “De mãos dadas para quem tem fome”), collected 2.6 tons of food, which has been doubled by the company. Each of the Exemplum Teams allocated the food to projects chosen by them and developed in their cities, favoring needy charities and communities.
“The feeling of solidarity permeated our employees’ hearts, here at EXEMPLUM, and took the form of food through donations to those who are hungry”, highlighted Exemplum Executive Director Vânia Boeira.
There is no doubt it has never been so urgent to generate support actions for those in need, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In this beautiful action in which everyone was engaged, the goal was not only achieved but went far beyond expectations.
With great pride, Exemplum thanked its valuable employees, giving them medals, one by one. The two teams that collected more than a ton of food each received trophies.
Although simple and no more than symbolic, it was a form of recognition of these special people, because they promoted not only the fight against hunger but, also, they promoted hope. Hope that will be forever marked in the memory of those looks of gratitude received in the delivery of food and that compensates for any effort made.