Employer’s Responsibility

Our Group supports the U.N.’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights as well as other international standards on human rights (ILO, OECD, United Nations Universal Treaty).

 

Our Group recognizes and adopts within its subsidiaries the specific social, environmental, conventional, institutional features that prevail in countries where it operates, to the extent that such do not contrast with the legal framework that governs the Parent company, the Memorandum of Association of the Parent company, the policies, regulations and in general the culture of the Group.

 

Sarantis Group makes no discriminations. With regards to issues of employment, hiring, remuneration and benefits, training, promotion, transfer and termination of employment, each employee is treated according to the applicable in each case law and in accordance with the Group’s regulations, policies and culture.

 

No employee is subject to physical, sexual, racial, psychological, verbal or any other form of harassment or violence. The Group does not hire individuals as employees with an age less than the minimum age stated by law.

The Group is against the use of forced or obligated labour and the management opposes to relevant practices.

 

Our Group sets the health as safety of its employees as a top priority.

The Group recognizes and promotes a healthy balance between working and personal life, while it respects the commitments its employees have outside the working environment.