We believe that employees‘ competence and skills – as diverse, creative and innovative as possible are a key to the long-term success of our business. In the era of advancing globalisation and social and
demographic changes, the ability to acknowledge and respect diversity helps us to establish permanent
relationships with our customers and business partners. Therefore, we are adopting principles of the
Diversity Charter, which is based on, and further expands, the scope of Memorandum Diversity
2013+ focused on gender diversity only.
We perceive diversity as a principle that enables people to fulfill their potential irrespective of their
individual differences. A conscious application of the diversity principle brings acceptance, support and
further development of individuals’ talents. We also recognise that this approach brings opportunities
By signing the European Diversity Charter, we commit to maintaining a workplace environment that is
open to all, irrespective of their gender, race, skin colour, nationality, ethnic origin, religion, world
views, disability, age or sexual orientation.
By taking this step, we wish to contribute to an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust, which will in
turn have a positive effect on society in the Czech Republic and beyond.
In accordance with the Diversity Charter, we will:
1. Develop culture that is based on mutual respect and recognition of individuals’ talents. Top
management fully endorses and supports the diversity principles and equal opportunities. We
are committed to creating workplace conditions that will enable all employees to be guided by
these values and to respect them. The company’s policies and procedures will incorporate the
diversity principle to enable greater innovation and strategic development.
2. Support and implement changes that will enable employees to take full advantage of their
talents and skills while respecting the work-life balance. We understand that every individual is
different and therefore we strive to align individual potential with efficiency standards.
3. Promote rules in human resources management that will support the diversity principle, with
the emphasis on equal-opportunity recruitment, training, career development, assessement
and promotion, and consideration of personal and family situation of employees.
4. Actively promote the implementation of Diversity Charter principles within our internal and
external communication. On regular basis we will present our commitments, actions and
successes both publicly and towards our employees.