Compliance and the General Equal Treatment Act (AGG)

At Aurebus, we diligently ensure compliance with the General Equal Treatment Act (AGG) and are strongly committed to fostering an inclusive and discrimination-free work environment.

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Compliance and the General Equal Treatment Act (AGG)

The AGG aims to prevent discrimination based on race, ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, or sexual identity. Our commitment as an employer goes far beyond the legal requirements.

We want to ensure that all our employees are adequately informed about the provisions of the AGG, understand the inadmissibility of discrimination, and work in an environment where discrimination has no place.

Our company policy includes the establishment of an internal complaints office to address and handle questions and concerns related to the AGG. We want to emphasize that the satisfaction and well-being of our employees are paramount to us, and we are committed to maintaining a discrimination-free work environment.

If you have any further questions or concerns, our representatives are always available to assist you. We firmly believe that an inclusive work environment is key to innovation and growth, and we look forward to walking this path with you.

You can find our detailed compliance leaflet here

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