We are committed to creating a culture that champions respect and protection of human rights of all our employees, wherever they work.
Our work with human rights is an ongoing process, and our human rights due diligence programme ensure that we respect and advance human rights. Have a look at our journey so far with a brief re-cap of our Values, Code of Conduct, Suppliers Code of Conduct, and our Human Rights Impact Assessments in China, Serbia, Mexico and India.
Our approach to human rights
Respect for human rights is an integral part of the way we do business. We recognise and acknowledge that Grundfos, as a company has the responsibility to respect human rights.
Our commitment to respecting human rights applies to all Grundfos employees in all Grundfos companies. We are committed to continuously promoting a culture that supports respect for human rights.
The Human Rights Policy is also available in the following languages:
The Salient Human Rights Issues is also available in the following languages:
Our statements pursuant to UK Modern Slavery Act, Australian Modern Slavery Act and Norwegian Transparency Act:
Our commitment to respecting human rights extends to critical topics and specific laws and regulations. Discover our response to legislation such as UK Modern Slavery Act, Australian Modern Slavery Act and Norwegian Transparency Act but more than anything, to increase transparency and share our journey. See past reports in our archives.
Our Harassment Prevention Policy
In light of global awareness about sexual harassment in the workplace, we have reflected on what we can do better to ensure that our values and policies are always observed. As a result, we have decided to strengthen our efforts to prevent and address harassment in the workplace.