The ‘Charter of Diversity’ represents a fundamental recognition of fairness and esteem for people in companies. By signing the Charter, companies are obliged to create and provide a working environment that is free of prejudice and segregation. It aims to establish an open corporate culture based on integration and mutual respect and recognize the employees’ different talents and deploy them within the working environment with the aim of providing customers with improved service.
Companies that sign the Charter are free to decide how they comply with the requirements of the Charter. Priorities need to be set in terms of the business environment, business strategy, and activities that have already begun. The Charter itself offers a standard framework and systematic approach, as well as a starting point for implementati
The company considers itself to be a "good citizen" and the company’s civil commitment is represented by this expression.
Independent part of a system.
The collective bargaining agreement is the written agreement between one or several employers or employer associations and one or more trade unions (collective bargaining agreement parties). It governs the rights and duties of the collective bargaining agreement parties and contains legal norms pertaining to content, conclusion and termination of employment, and questions relating to operations and regulations on the works constitution. The legal norms in the collective bargaining agreement apply directly to the parties bound by it and are mandatory.