LARE GROUPS acknowledges its share of responsibility to protect Human Rights and to ensure they are respected in the work premises of its companies as well as in its broader business activities. To this end, we are committed to making continuous and concerted efforts to strengthen procedures and methods which aim to:
- Adhere to our pledge to uphold the principles of the Government, especially regarding child labour and compulsory labour.
- Protect the rights of people with disabilities.
- Promote the protection of Human Rights among all participants in the supply chain of our Group companies.
We support and defend the internationally recognised human rights:
- We are committed to promoting the protection of human rights in all our business units and in all locations where we operate. We are also committed to promoting the protection of human rights among our employees, contractors, subcontractors, clients and suppliers, as well as in the partnership agreements that we conclude in all our business activity sectors.
- We ensure remunerations which in several cases exceed those provided for by the national laws.
- We promote equal opportunities and the equal treatment of our employees, and we acknowledge their freedom of expression.
- We preclude all types of discrimination, harassment or unprofessional behaviour at the workplace.
- We prohibit the employment of minors under the age of 18, as well as all forms of forced labour (such as mandatory overtime, threat of dismissal etc.).
- We consider that the key responsibility of our top executives is to treat appropriately all forms of individuality, in order to protect the personality of all persons and bring out the best in them.