Committed to doing business the right way every time, without exception
At Lam Research, we are deeply committed to conducting our work ethically and in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
To us, ethics and compliance aren’t just words on a page – they are ingrained in our Core Values of integrity, honesty, trust, respect and accountability, and we uphold these Core Values in service to our customers, shareholders, suppliers and colleagues.
"Lam Research is a values-led organization. In our pursuit of innovation, we have a shared responsibility to conduct ourselves with the utmost of integrity and in full compliance with the law. We distinguish ourselves through the embodiment of our Core Values and an unwavering adherence to our Global Standards of Business Conduct, which are foundational to Lam’s culture.”
“Lam’s Global Standards of Business Conduct (GSBC) guide our employees to behave ethically and with personal accountability at all times. The principles set forth in our GSBC and Core Values are what underpin the trusted reputation we have built with our customers, suppliers and shareholders for doing business the right way.”
Lam is proud to be a
2023 World’s Most Ethical Companies® honoree
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Our Global Standards of Business Conduct
Lam Research’s Global Standards of Business Conduct supports Lam’s Core Values and details the behavior that we expect of each member of our workforce at Lam and its subsidiaries.
Lam Research is committed to promoting an environment of open, honest communication – an environment where individuals can speak up without fear of reprisal or reprimand, so that issues can be identified and addressed. We encourage anyone to ask questions, express concerns, make disclosures and file reports through our Ethics Helpline. Lam is committed to providing a safe reporting environment and will not tolerate retaliation against anyone who discloses actual or suspected ethics and regulatory violations in good faith.