Under Social responsibility we have identified three central issues for our sustainability strategy: employee development, occupational safety and health and the economic performance.
Training and development:
Employee motivation and the personal advancement of employees at all levels of the organisation are very important to us. We embrace the concept of continuous employee development guided by jointly defined goals and objectives, regular performance reviews and diverse training and development opportunities.
Our ambition: We want to provide targeted training for our employees and significantly expand individual development opportunities.
Occupational health and safety:
Our employees are the key to our success. Accordingly, supporting and promoting their health and safety is a top priority. We pledge to ensure a safe and healthy workplace and are constantly investing in improvement projects and in occupational health and safety training.
Our ambition: By 2025, we aim to establish a harmonised employee health management plan for the entire Group.
Our overarching goal is steady value creation for all stakeholders. Furthermore, we invest in our production sites and are committed to maintaining them, and to protecting existing job and creating new ones.
Our ambition: We want to continuously create added value for all stakeholders. We are committed to our production sites and invest in them to safeguard existing jobs and create new ones.
Our measures for social responsibility
To achieve our goals we are pursuing several measures.
Excellence in Food rests not only on our superb craftsmanship and the recipes and production processes, but also on the raw materials we use.
We are well aware of our environmental impact. Astute management of resources is a top priority at the Group level and at every centre of competence.
Inform yourself about relevant facts and figures in our newest Sustainability Report.