UN Global Compact
Since 2010, GC Rieber has been a member of the UN initiative UN Global Compact – the world’s largest initiative for corporate social responsibility.
AS part of this initiative, we have committed to working actively to include the UN Global Compact’s ten principles in our business model. In addition, we will promote the principles to our partners and report on our activities and improvements linked to the ten principles.
Human rights and decent working conditions
All companies have a responsibility to work actively for human rights and decent working conditions. At GC Rieber, we do this through our role as an employer, and through our influence as a buyer.
The Group’s ethical guidelines apply to all our employees. Here, human rights and decent working conditions are central themes. We have also implemented measures to prevent and reduce the extent of possible breaches.
Since the introduction of the Openness Act, we have taken new steps to improve our efforts. Our focus has been closer follow-up of supply chains and business partners. The aim of these measures is to systematize the work for human rights and decent working conditions.
An account of due diligence assessments in Norwegian has been published on our Norwegian website. Accounts of due diligence from our daughter companies are available on their individual websites.