Respectful and cooperative collaboration, and the conscious awareness of social responsibility form the basis of the long-term success of the company.
At thyssenkrupp rothe erde, this understanding has long been a tradition. We view equal opportunities and remuneration which is adapted to the local standards as a matter of course. As a minimum, remuneration and other benefits, for example, social benefits, adhere to the respective national or local legal norms, or the level of the national economic sectors. This includes, for example, benefits related to occupational retirement or healthcare.
In addition, thyssenkrupp rothe erde is committed to the United Nations’ Global Compact and has committed to the "Principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations" and the "Core Labour Standards of the International Labour Organization (ILO)".
The key principles and foundations of our conduct and actions towards our business partners and the public are summarised in the Code of Conduct. It provides employees, managers and the Board of Directors alike, an orientation framework for the following topics: Adherence to legislation and the law, avoiding the conflict of interests, fair competition, prevention of money laundering, equal treatment and non-discrimination, human and labour rights, cooperation with employee representatives, health and safety, sustainable environmental and climate protection, donations, political representation of interests, public promotion and communication, reporting, confidential company information / insider information, privacy and information security, corporate property protection.