Making Aberdeen a better place to work is a pivotal part of our long term corporate social responsibility strategy.
We recognise that our employees spend a large amount of their time at work, so their wellbeing in the workplace is very important to us. Making Aberdeen a better place to work is a pivotal part of our corporate social responsibility strategy.
We encourage employment practices that foster openness, sustainability, and respect for employees’ rights. When putting together the Aberdeen Group Employment Practices Statement we’ve been guided by legislation in the countries in which we operate, as well as the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises framework.
Our statement contains broad principles which are supplemented by detailed local policies, in line with local laws and employment practices.
We aim to provide an environment in which applicants and employees are treated equally.
We support the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and uphold the right to freedom of association
Aberdeen aims to provide a work environment in which there is respect for personal dignity.
Each of our locations has grievance procedures that are in line with local legislation.
We see our employees as our most valuable asset, and retaining them is key to our business. We want to enhance the work/life balance for our staff, and to help do this we offer a range of benefits and development opportunities.
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