Schibsted supports the UN’s business initiative Global Compact, and has also endorsed the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, which contains voluntary principles covering a range of areas relating to companies' corporate social responsibility.
Schibsted’s social responsibility encompasses important principles relating to human rights, employee rights, environment and anti-corruption.
UN Global Compact
The starting point for the Group’s involvement in these areas is that Schibsted supports the UN’s policy initiative for business, Global Compact. Global Compact promotes ten principles in the areas of human rights, standards in working life, environment and anti-corruption.
Schibsted has also committed itself to comply with the OECD’s guidelines for multi-national companies which contain voluntary principles covering a variety of issues affecting companies’ social responsibilities.
The Group Board continue to work on a strategy for how our companies may contribute to social responsibility in a broader perspective. It has started several initiatives in social responsibility that are integrated into the company’s service products.
Code of Conduct
A healthy corporate culture and integrity are essential to building and maintaining trust both internally and externally. Our ethical guidelines are intended to help increase awareness of and promote a continuing commitment to ethical requirements among the Group’s staff.
See The Schibsted Code of Conduct