Murtra Nonwovens will ensure compliance and protection of the human rights of his workers.
Murtra Nonwovens does not employ anyone who is below legal age.
No person employed in Murtra Nonwovens is discriminated against based on race, physical disability, religion, age, nationality or sex.
It will not allow any form of modern slavery, whether by servitude, forced or compulsory labor, and human trafficking.
The employees of Murtra Nonwovens they have recognized the right to organize, association and collective bargaining.
In Murtra Nonwovens no form of harassment or physical, sexual, psychological or verbal abuse is allowed.
The salary and the working hours of our employees is in accordance with the function performed, always respecting both collective and individual agreements as well as local legislation as determined in each country of operation.
Murtra Nonwovens it guarantees that its employees carry out their work in safe and healthy places.
Murtra Nonwovens expresses its commitment to the fulfillment of the global pact according to which “companies commit themselves to fight corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery”.
In the event that a collaborator knows that they have agreed, offered or requested bribes, he will be obliged to inform the general management.
Any form of gift that may influence the independence of judgment or induce to guarantee any kind of favor is prohibited.
In the event of any form of discrimination, harassment, physical, sexual or psychological abuse, the Murtra Nonwovens company, once the works council has been informed, will apply the sanctions contained in the legislation in force to offenders.
Any worker who observes behaviors that are not aligned with this corporate social responsibility policy must report the observed facts to their immediate superior or, failing that, to the Human Resources Manager.
Murtra Nonwovens recognizes the basic principles of the universal declaration of human rights as well as the fundamental labor principles that protect the rights of workers, as defined in the Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work of the ILO (International Labor Organization) and Modern Slavery Act.