Discrimination Policy

Stille nurtures working conditions where all staff are treated equally and with respect, consideration and appreciation of their individuality. By utilizing our dissimilarities, we gain access to broad and varied experience—a major asset to our work. Stille does not accept, and takes a serious view of, discrimination, intimidation and harassment of all forms.

In appointing positions, appraising results of work, salary reviews, competence development and the allocation of duties, Stille makes objective and fact-based decisions. We strongly believe that people should be treated equally regardless of their race, ethnicity, origin, caste, sex, sexual identity or sexual orientation, ethnic group, religion or other belief, disability, age, union membership or political opinion.

Systematic work for equal opportunity
Stille works preventatively against discrimination through systematic affirmative action work. Management is responsible for mapping and analyzing Stille’s business from a discrimination perspective on a yearly basis. This yearly mapping documents risks or actual discriminatory events, and measures are then planned and progressively followed up. Particular attention is paid to:

  • Parental leave
  • Salaries and remuneration
  • Competence development
  • The search and selection process
  • Internal recruitment and promotion