This machine readable file is to disclose as per the Transparency in Coverage Final Rule and Texas House Bill 2090, the negotiated rates with in-network providers and the historic allowed amounts paid to out-of-network providers, for all health plans available to employers.
The purpose of this Policy is to reaffirm TFI International Inc.’s compliance with applicable domestic and foreign anti-corruption legislation where it conducts business, and TFI’s commitment in that regards, by establishing rules and providing guidance intended to prevent corruption and bribery from occurring in its activities and applies to all of our directors, officers, employees, contractors and agents.
Included in download:
– Articles of incorporation
– Articles of amendment
This Policy is based on TFI International Inc.’s commitment to find practical, meaningful and appropriate responses to support the prevention and effective elimination of child labour and forced labour practices, in accordance with the principles set forth by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and by the Canada Labor Code and similar legislations in force in each of the provinces of Canada.
The use of social media is increasingly prevalent in daily communications and has a rapid, far-reaching effect. The TFI International Social Media Policy serves as a guide to employees and to those doing business with TFI International, to ensure all fully understand the implications of using this interactive technology platform. Those who work for or represent TFI International are expected to adhere to this policy.
Our Code of Ethics details the standards of behavior that we require of our employees and partners. These guiding principles help employees make decisions consistent with our mission and leadership attributes. All TFI International Inc.’s employees and Board members are expected to adhere to this Code.