BWSC respects and protects all international conventions for human rights.
We support the UN Global Compact and have integrated its principles concerning human rights and labour rights. As a result, we ensure safety, health and fairness to our employees and initiate actions to support the communities with which we interact.
We strive to ensure equal opportunities and prevent discriminatory practices. We respect cultural and religious differences and see these differences as positive assets. They make it possible for us to achieve our vision and tailor our services to our clients’ needs and requirements – all the while keeping in line with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.
BWSC respects all international declarations on human and labour rights. Fair wages reﬂect the qualiﬁcations of employees and comply with local wage agreements. We do not accept any form of forced or compulsory labour and/or child labour under any circumstances and include this as a parameter when choosing sub-suppliers and sub-contractors.
In addition, we respect the freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining. We are ﬁrmly committed to providing equal opportunities to all employees, regardless of gender, age, ethnic aﬃliation and religious belief, handicap, political or sexual orientation or family status, and will under no circumstances tolerate employee discrimination or harassment.
We also endeavour to secure the well-being of our employees and their families and have a number of social arrangements in place which provide employees with the opportunity to socialise in different contexts. We work to secure a balance between work and family and respect local traditions and needs.