Though a more globalized and connected world provides higher standards of living for many1, there are old, systemic problems that may seem shocking in the 21st century. Right now, more than 25 million people are victims of forced labor2, and corruption currently accounts for approximately 5% of global GDP3. Some crimes are gaining traction because of technological advancement — for example, cybercrime is expected to account for $6 trillion in damage by 20214. It’s no surprise, then, that customers and stakeholders increasingly demand integrity and transparency from their business partners. For Schneider, our actions are guided by a framework of values that goes beyond compliance to inform our ethical business philosophy.