The objective of the recruitment policy at the Group is to acquire employees from various sources with appropriate qualifications, skills and knowledge, who accept the ethical values – they are simultaneously key elements assessed by candidates during the recruitment process. On the one hand, internal recruitment is promoted, intended to encourage managers and employees to continue to develop professionally, even in other business areas, on the other hand, it is also important to recruit employees as part of the external recruitment process, to ensure the inflow of people with differentiated, sometimes unique experience and qualifications. The recruitment policy is based on high standards of counteracting discrimination, while the priority is to ensure the selection of the person best suited to the given position from among the candidates.
The Bank and the Group’s entities also care for the respectful treatment of employees and compliance with labour law, with respect to potential trading partners. By participating in tenders, bidders declare that (among other things):
- they comply with the rules regarding the work time of their employees set out in the generally applicable regulations and regularly and duly compensate their employees, co-workers and subcontractors for their work;
- they do not use child labour and do not benefit from the disadvantageous position of employees, co-workers and subcontractors in the provision of their services;
- act in a way that does not breach the personal rights of their employees, co-workers, subcontractors and employees of the other Party and also counteract any actions of a discriminatory or mobbing nature.