Target has strict requirements when it comes to engaging in any activity that could create an actual or a perceived conflict of interest. A conflict of interest may arise when business decisions are influenced by, or could appear to be influenced by relationships or activities that create bias for a specific business partner. Team members are required to prioritize Target’s business interests, and make fair and unbiased business decisions.
Business partners are prohibited from offering, promising, or providing anything of value to a Target team member, a team member’s family member, or to any third party representing Target which could influence, or appear to influence business decisions or secure a business advantage. For purposes of this Code, “anything of value” includes, but is not limited to, gifts / gift cards, meals, entertainment, transportation, travel, accommodations, expenses, cash, or donations on behalf of Target or a team member. Target team members and third party representatives, including auditors, are also prohibited from requesting anything of value from Target business partners. Business partners must contact Ethics@target.com immediately if a Target team member or anyone working on behalf of Target makes an improper request.
Target’s Code of Ethics