04 Organizational culture

Diversity and equal opportunities

Our objective is to create clear and transparent rules of cooperation and an atmosphere which is favorable for all employees and co-workers. We respect the principle of equal treatment irrespective of gender, age, origin, social status, health, sexual identity or beliefs.

Our diversity management policy has not been formalized into a separate document (Lubelski Węgiel “Bogdanka” is the only entity to have it in place), however we have been striving for many years to take the diversity of our employees into account. The diversity issues are addressed in various documents, such as the ENEA Group Code of Ethics, internal collective bargaining agreements, Policy against mobbing and discrimination and other unacceptable conduct and w the ENEA Group Compliance Policy.

So far, no diversity figures have been reported to the management boards and supervisory boards of the companies.

In 2019, we started cooperation with PFRON (the State Fund for the Rehabilitation of the Disabled” as part of the “Work – Integration” pilot program. Within this program, the Group companies declared their readiness to take action aimed at hiring the disabled and maintaining their employment – for a total of 25 FTEs for at least 18 months.

The training delivered in 2019 in ENEA Elektrownia Połaniec entitled “Role of a manager in the generational change process” was devoted, inter alia, to managing diversity.

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