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Human rights

We guarantee equal rights and nondiscrimination based on nationality, gender, origin, age, religion, etc., as well as the right of employees to communicate with any public organization of their choice. The company complies fully with the Labor Code and overall legislation which prohibits any form of discrimination, as well as restrictions of labor rights and freedoms. As a responsible employer, we follow all legal requirements and employ the best practices from around the world.

Nobel Energy’s human rights principles are reflected in key business documents such as the Code of Conduct and Business Ethics, anti-corruption policy, and the Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) policy.

We guarantee that our employees know their rights. We increase their knowledge through regular meetings and communication. We build relationships with stakeholders to prevent any possible human rights abuses.


We allow our employees to fully and properly exercise their personal rights and provide them with a non-discriminatory, safe and healthy work environment. The company takes the necessary steps to support employee’s; personal development and voluntary participation in relevant social and community projects. We treat all our employees fairly and with respect. We make fair decisions on recruitment, selection, development and promotion and do not discriminate based on gender, personal relationships, race, ethnicity, disability, religion, sexual orientation or age.

We will not tolerate exploitation or violence against our employees, customers, contractors, suppliers, visitors, government officials or any other stakeholder we have contacts with. We believe that threats, violence, racism, discrimination, rudeness, verbal and physical aggression, threatening behavior, insults or sexual violence are serious offences that will result in disciplinary action or dismissal.

Our employees and external stakeholders may contact our hotline ( about any problems or suspicions related to human rights violations or discrimination.