Green Grade is committed to support and implement the ten fundamental principles of the UNGC
Green Grade has joined in April 2014 the United Nations Global Compact - a major United Nations initiative that encourages the integration of social, environmental and governance principles in business activities. Our formal admission was acknowledged by the UN on its website, here. Green Grade is supporting the ten fundamental principles relating to human rights, labour standards, the environment and the fight against corruption, as laid out in the framework of the United Nations Global Compact.
Green Grade supports the United Nations Human Rights Declaration and will strive to help end the exploitation of children in the workplace. We ensure that workers' rights are respected and actively oppose all forms of discrimination. Furthermore, Green Grade supports the fight against corruption and has a zero-tolerance policy on corruption. The anti-corruption policy is set out in the company’s Staff Handbook and Code of Practice and it applies to all employees, officers and directors and its subsidiaries worldwide, as well as governing our relations with clients and suppliers.