Digitization and mobility are changing the world, enabling global communication in fractions of a second and offering even small companies opportunities in global cooperation.
Tomorrow nothing will be the way our parents' generation got to know the world. The change to the digital economy, the unstoppable advance of apps for smartphones and tablets and advancing digitization are changing our daily lives.
But with the advantages of the digital world, there is also a great deal of responsibility. The responsibility for a peaceful coexistence and humanity, a responsible use of the available
resources of our world as well as the trustful handling of the available data - your data and our data.
We at ISEC7 stand for clear rules, because our mutual success is based on the trust of customers, partners and employees!
"The focus is on people, not technology!"
"ISEC7 assures customers that data and information will be
handled with confidence!"
"Careful use of resources. Go virtual whenever it's possible!"
Our Code of Conduct is a guideline for all employees of the ISEC7 Group. Specifically, the Code of Conduct is addressed to the management, executives and all our employees, customers and suppliers. The Code of Conduct is binding and represents, on the one hand, the demand on ourselves to live up to the values and principles listed therein and, on the other hand, forms a basis for partnership and responsible cooperation with our business partners.
To read the full version of ISEC7's Code of Conduct please download the following document.
ISEC7 joined the United Nations Global Compact in June 2021 and is committed to complying with the United Nations principles for sustainable and responsible corporate governance.
Furthermore, ISEC7 implements measures for the implementation and further development of the 17 United Nations Development Goals (SDGs) for sustainable corporate governance and also promotes these in cooperation with our customers, partners and suppliers.
ISEC7 Group CFO Roger Dost: "We are proud to be among the first companies in Germany to commit to United Nations collective standards for human rights, labour standards, environment and corruption prevention and to implement the 17 principles for sustainable development and corporate governance within ISEC7."
For more information on the United Nations Global Compact and the SDGs, see here.
Environmental, social and ethical performance - or sustainability - is now an essential factor for sustainable businesses. More and more companies, are improving their transparency and sustainability practices and publishing initiatives transparently to customers and business partners.
We use ecovadis, the largest business rating portal with over 90,000 customers, for ongoing external assessment of its sustainability strategy. As 2023 we achieved in a row the GOLD status again and belong to the TOP 6% of all audited enterprises. We will continue our efforts to make the world a better place for future generations.
ISEC7 is committed to operate carbon neutral.
By usage of green energy suppliers, ongoing identification of energy savings, smart & intelligent energy management systems and compensation of our remaining carbon footprint ISEC7 is
achieving it's own carbon neutral policy.
ISEC7 is operating carbon neutral since 2020.
It is essential for ISEC7 Group to comply with laws, internal policies and codes of conduct. To fulfil this responsibility, it is important that we become aware of compliance-related misconduct.
In order to avoid any risks that could call our integrity into question and harm our company, our employees as well as business partners, customers and shareholders, ISEC7 Group offers a whistleblower portal to all employees, external partners and outsiders. This portal can be used to report violations of legal provisions and internal company regulations, either anonymously or by name. All reports are reviewed, suspicious cases are investigated and deviations from applicable guidelines and laws are followed up internally or with external support.
ISEC7 is a signatory of the Diversity Charter.
The Diversity Charter (Charta der Vielfalt) is an employer initiative to promote diversity in companies and institutions. It is supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for Migration, Refugees and Integration, Minister of State Reem Alabali-Radovan, and is under the patronage of Chancellor Olaf Scholz.
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