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employee-shanking-handHow did Bausch + Lomb become one of the oldest continually operating companies in the United States? With more than 150 years of innovation and conducting business with the highest ethical standards.

Trust, mutual respect and ethical behavior are essential to Bausch + Lomb’s relationships with our eye care professional partners, our customers, our employees and our investors. In these relationships, we must conduct our business with the highest ethical standards − always ensuring that our behaviors are consistent with both the letter and the spirit of Company Policies, laws and regulations and with the exercise of good business judgment.

Through Bausch + Lomb’s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics, we publicly commit every employee to uphold the highest standards of business conduct and ethics − complying with laws, avoiding conflicts of interest, beating the competition ethically, meeting our business goals the right way, treating our diverse employees fairly and with respect, and maintaining a safe and healthy work environment for all employees. Every Bausch + Lomb employee has the obligation to conduct our business ethically.

Bausch + Lomb is an Equal Opportunity Employer.