One of the most important challenges for our Company is to keep pace with a constantly changing world marked by profound social, economic, and cultural gaps and differences.
With the purpose of integrating the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights into the Company’s practice, the Board of Directors of Enel Russia approved the Company’s Human Rights Policy on September 25th, 2013.
The Policy is based on the respect of all rights and, in particular, on the following principles:
With regard to employment practices:
rejection of forced or compulsory labour, as well as child labour;
respect for diversity and non-discrimination;
freedom of associations and collective agreements;
compliance with health and safety requirements;
- fair and favourable working conditions.
With regard to community and society:
respect for the rights of communities and native populations (with focus on those that could be affected by projects and industrial activities of the Company);
zero tolerance for corruption;
- privacy protections and correct use of communications.