Our company is built on compliance with the legal requirements and high ethical and moral values. Illegal or unethical behavior is unacceptable to us.
To help to prevent any illegal or unethical behavior our local and central compliance team is ready to listen to any concerns you may have.
Reporting illegal or unethical behaviour
Our company is built on compliance with the legal requirements and high ethical and moral values. Illegal or unethical behaviour is unacceptable to us. To help prevent it, our local and central compliance team is ready to listen to any concerns you may have. In addition, we have established an internal whistleblowing system to detect potential violations in accordance with Act No. 171/2023 Coll. on the Protection of Whistleblowers (the "Act"), based on the confidentiality and impartiality of the assessment of each report.
Who can submit a report through the internal reporting channel?
Company workers can report through the internal reporting channel. In accordance with the Act, the company has excluded persons who do not perform work for the company from using the internal reporting channel.
What is the purpose of the internal reporting channels?
Workers of the company may use the internal reporting channels to report suspected violations of the legal provisions of the Act. Reports and whistleblowers, as defined in the Act, are guaranteed rights under the Act, in particular protection of their identity and protection from retaliation. All reports will be treated confidentially and impartially, and the whistleblower will be informed of the outcome of the investigation if he or she remains in contact with us.
How to report through the internal reporting channels?
How is personal data processed?
Personal data will be processed in accordance with the provisions of the relevant data protection legislation. We will keep a record of the reports received, including: (a) the date of receipt of the report; (b) the name, surname, date of birth and contact address of the whistleblower, if known; (c) a summary of the content of the report and the identification of the person against whom the report is made, if known; (d) the date on which the assessment of the validity of the report or the assessment of the report by the designated person was completed and the outcome of the assessment. Reports received shall be kept for a period of 5 years from the date of submission.
In the case of reports made through the internal reporting channels, only the designated persons shall have access to the records.