MANAGEMENT’S COMMITMENT TO EQUALITY BETWEEN WOMEN AND MEN
The Management of TELAS Y FABRICADOS NO TEJIDOS, S.A. (as part of Murtra Nonwovens) declares its Commitment to the establishment and development of policies that integrate equal treatment and opportunities between women and men, without discriminating directly or indirectly on the basis of sex, as well as the promotion of measures to achieve real equality within our organization, establishing equal opportunities between women and men as a strategic principle of our Corporate and Human Resources Policy, in accordance with the provisions of the Organic Law 3/2007 of March 22, for effective equality between women and men.
In each and every one of the areas in which we carry out our activity, from selection to promotion, through salary policy, training, working conditions, occupational health, organization of working time and conciliation, we assume the principle of equal opportunities between women and men, paying special attention to indirect discrimination, understanding it as the “situation in which an apparently neutral provision, criterion or practice places a person of a particular sex at a disadvantage with respect to persons of the other sex”
Regarding communication, both internal and external, all team members will be informed of all decisions, plans and measures adopted, projecting an image of the company in accordance with the principle of equal opportunities between women and men.
The stated principles will be put into practice through equality measures and the implementation of an Equality Plan that entails improvements with respect to the current situation, arbitrating the corresponding monitoring systems, in order to advance in achieving real equality between women and men in the company and by extension, in society as a whole.
To achieve this purpose, we will have a legal representation of workers, not only in the collective bargaining process, as established by the Organic Law 3/2007 for effective equality between women and men, but in the entire process of development and evaluation of the aforementioned equality measures or Equality Plan. Likewise, we urge all the workers of the company to be an active part in the entire elaboration process, for which we will indicate later the means and mechanisms of participation.
We face the implementation of the Equality Plan as a modernization of our business management system that will undoubtedly give rise to an internal structure and relations with society in which our actions are free from discrimination based on sex, contributing thus to progress towards a society in which equality is real and effective.