Code of ethics
The code of conduct is therefore a necessary tool to implement the behavior inside the company and it is a chart that sets out the mutual obligations of the management and employees towards different groups of stakeholders, which supports the professional, cultural and moral image of the company, in order to build trust within the company and externally, as well as involvement and emotion.
The general ethical principles that guide the corporate mission and the methodology for their practical implementation are:
Trust, understood as trust and respect of all those workers and as frank exchange of opinions and even conflicting interests in the frame of appropriate verification and sharing procedures as scheduled by the program progress of ongoing projects;
Human Resources, which need to be valued and encouraged by the management, with a view to a proper balance between personal motivations and development guidelines;
Responsibility to act for the company, with due awareness of the significance of the actions and inactions – and their consequences – carried out for the achievement of the social purpose, abstaining from those behaviors aimed to obtain a personal or corporate profit at the expense of compliance with laws in force and with the principles here outlined;
Confidentiality, to be held by all types of workers and employees, in respect of existing information recorded in the company databases, in the personal archives and of those acquired during the performance of work tasks, related to the company and to any kind of physical or legal persons with whom the company interfaces. The management and processing of personal information takes place according to the law, for the conduction of business purposes.
Health and Safety that must be provided by each manager and worker in charge, in respect of everyone, to ensure the best physical and moral health of workers.
Diligence and commitment to better organize the assigned activities and those of the employees, in accordance with the company policies, to maximize the achievement of business purposes and – at the same time – the well-being of all.
The methods to ensure application and conduction of these principles involve continuously audit in the company and contacts with various stakeholders to control how management, executives, employees and co-workers tune up and adapt to these values and to identify corrective actions or any appropriate measure.