Respect is one of Teleste’s core values and it guides our social sustainability actions. For us social sustainability means responsibility for our customers, employees and partners. Non-discrimination, equality, responsible leadership, well-being at work and occupational safety are all high priorities for Teleste.
We are also committed to internationally recognised human rights standards, such as the United Nations (UN) Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the International Labor Organization’s (ILO) Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. We do not tolerate, in any context, the use of forced labour, human trafficking or child labour.
To ensure an inspiring and respectful workplace for our employees, we promote a diverse and equal working culture where any form of discrimination, harassment or other inappropriate behaviour is not tolerated.
We believe that well-being at work arises from psychological safety, meaningful duties, good atmosphere, teamwork, high-quality leadership, and a balance between work and leisure.
Socially sustainable business practices
At Teleste we are committed to internationally recognised human rights standards and we do not tolerate, in any context, the use of forced labour, human trafficking or child labour.
Teleste’s leadership principles guide our managerial day-to-day activities and lay the foundations for modern leadership and provide the management with lasting, practical tools.
Employee sounding board
Our Employee Sounding Board was established in 2021. Its members from six different Teleste countries hold a key role promoting rich discussions among our employees and management across the regions and business units.