Society and labour standards

We believe that through our business operations we make a significant, positive contribution to society.

We also understand that society provides the framework that allows our business to thrive. We therefore believe we have a responsibility to society to continue to create services, employment and business opportunities that add value.

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Aibel attracts, retains and develops dedicated and skilled people from diverse backgrounds, and engages with a wide range of stakeholders, including communities, to maximize benefits for our business and society.

We respect fundamental labour rights both in our own organisation and in our supply chain. These include prohibition of child labour and forced labour, minimum age, non-discrimination, freedom of association and collective bargaining, decent wages and regulated working hours. In cases where local laws specify a lower standard than international standards, we strive to meet the highest standard.


We are committed to being a good corporate citizen, therefore:

  • We comply with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Labour Organization (ILO) Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. 
  • We respect the freedom of association and right to collective bargaining. 

  • We aim to involve employees and their eventual rightful representatives in the development of the company.

  • We will strive to be a leader in business ethics.
  • We will work to be an attractive company for employees and business partners – one that creates value, is accountable and responsive.
  • We will remain engaged in dialogue with community representatives with the aim of advancing transparency and sustainable development.

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