We recognise and defend our employees’ right to a safe workplace, collective representation, fair remuneration and opportunities for development.
We endorse the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work.
We value diversity, and we treat our employees and contractors in a fair manner. We offer them equal opportunities at all levels of the organisation, without prejudice regarding race, nationality, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, disability, political opinion, or any other status.
We hire people to offer them opportunities for development, based on the competencies needed globally, and on their personal performance and progress in their roles.
We have a local hiring policy that includes training and hiring people from the surrounding communities to boost the local economy. In 2013, we directly hired 120 residents from the Apurímac region (24% of our payroll). We indirectly hired 2,584 people.