EMS considers good working conditions to be part of corporate social responsibility (CSR).

There are plenty of reasons for a company to provide good working conditions: less absenteeism due to illness, fewer people unfit for work, less staff turnover, a better image and more efficient production. But above all, motivated employees that enjoy working for EMS!

For this reason, EMS believes in the 10 principles of the UN Global Compact and takes it’s social responsibility:

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Human rights

1. Businesses must support and respect international human rights

2. Companies ensure that they are not complicit in human rights violations

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3. Businesses uphold freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining

4. The elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labor

5. The effective abolition of child labor

6. The elimination of discrimination in employment and occupation

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7. Companies must support a preventive approach to environmental issues

8. Take initiative to promote greater environmental responsibility

9. Promote the development and deployment of environmentally friendly technologies

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10. Businesses fight corruption in all forms, including extortion and bribery

What does this mean for our employees?

EMS is actively committed to its employees based on the 10 principles of the UN Global Compact and:

  • provides a good salary level
  • does not tolerate violence in the workplace
  • invests in employee training
  • provides medical facilities
  • encourages respect for religion and culture of employees
  • contributes to the provision of food and housing
  • encourages the provision of education for the children of employees
  • does not tolerate discrimination between employees
  • does not tolerate child and forced labor
  • pays attention to employee health and safety in the workplace
  • appoints local staff where possible
  • does not tolerate threats or pressure on employees
  • encourages open communication with employees