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Our Values In Action
A Message from Thomas J. Wilson
Using the Code
Our Responsibilities
Compliance with the Law
Leaders and Managers
Asking Questions & Reporting Concerns
Making Ethical Decisions
Resources for Getting Answers or Raising Concerns
Non-retaliation
Administration of the Code
Annual Compliance Confirmation
Investigations
Disciplinary Action
Adoption and Disclosure of the Code
Waivers of the Code
Download/Print The Allstate Code of Ethics
A Message from Kelly Noll
Senior Vice President, Chief Ethics, Compliance & Privacy Officer Law & Regulation
Making a good decision often appears easier than it is in reality. Our decisions are a reflection of who we are both individually and collectively. They say a great deal about our values, beliefs and experiences. At work, our decisions also reflect Allstate's integrity, which is why doing the right thing is critical to our company and our reputation.

The choices we face in challenging circumstances can be among the most difficult to make and often carry significant risks. So when you're faced with a tough situation, especially one that doesn't feel right, explore it more. Even seemingly familiar topics can have subtle differences, competing values and broad implications. By stepping back, we gain appropriate insight, a clearer perspective and the ability to act with confidence.

Our values and principles provide us with the parameters within which we work and serve our customers, and the Code of Ethics guides our decisions. Use the Code of Ethics to your advantage - to learn to access resources and to enhance your problem-solving skills. The Code will help you to sort out the gray in situations and improve your ability to make the best decisions for our customers and our company.

As a company built on integrity and trust, we must work continuously to refine our decision-making skills.
At work, our decisions also reflect Allstate's integrity, which is why doing the right thing is critical to our company and our reputation.
-- Kelly Noll
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