Corporate Governance

Zdjęcie kasków ochronnych z nadrukiem ERBUD.

We want the ERBUD Group to be an organization that is said to be a 'well-structured company'. We do not create rules just for the creation, excessive bureaucracy is not our passion, but we know that we need clear rules that shape us today for the future.

Dariusz Grzeszczak, President of the ERBUD Group Management Board

What to find in the
Corporate Governance section

Compliance

Zdjęcie grupowe pracowników ERBUD.

We know that for a company of the same size and scale as our Group to work well, it needs clear procedures, smart and respected policies and worthy codes bringing about a real change. These are the documents we create and their provisions apply to the entire organization, all employees and the chain of suppliers and business partners. The foundations of our corporate governance include:

  • Code of good practice for companies listed on the Stock Exchange 2021
  • Statute of ERBUD
  • Rules of procedure for the General Meeting of Shareholders, Supervisory Board and Management Board
  • Regulations of the Audit Committee
  • Rules of Internal Audit and Control
  • Statutory auditor selection policy
  • Remuneration policy for company bodies
  • Dividend policy
  • Diversity policy for the Management Board and Supervisory Board
  • Sponsorship policy
  • Anonymous whistleblowing rules
  • Anti-Discrimination Policy
  • Human Rights Policy
  • Anti-Corruption Policy (adopted January 2023)
  • Rules of related party transactions

Values

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We want to move together in the same direction and make great achievements. To do this, we need an understanding of the values that shape our culture. The pillars of our values are RESPONSIBILITY, INNOVATION, SAFETY: 

RESPONSIBILITY, that is:

  • we appreciate the employees' knowledge and awareness
  • we enable professional development
  • we build a friendly working environment
  • we respect diversity and divergence of opinions
  • we treat everyone equally, fairly, with dignity and respect
  • we do not accept discrimination
  • we promote openness and commitment
  • we ensure the protection of information and data
  • we prevent corruption
  • we do not fund political parties
  • we keep reliable business records
  • we avoid conflicts of interest

INNOVATION, that is:

  • we recognize business and technology trends
  •  we deliver products based on state-of-the-art technologies
  • we reliably test innovative solutions
  • we protect the environment

SAFETY, that is:

  • safe work is a priority
  • we minimize hazards
  • we work in accordance with OHS rules
  • we train employees in safety
  • we respect human rights
  • we do not tolerate child labor, whether forced or compulsory

Ethics and prevention of corruption

There is no shadow of tolerance, turning a blind eye on or understanding of even the smallest forms of discrimination, corruption, harassment, mobbing or violation of human rights in our organization. The rule is simple – if you want to work or cooperate with our Group, you have to follow our rules. No exceptions. The ethical pillars of the ERBUD Group include:  

  • Code of Ethics
  • Human Rights and Employees’ Rights Policy
  • Anti-Corruption Policy
  • Diversity Management Policy
  • Information Security Policy
  • Rules for Reporting Infringements
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Zdjęcie mężczyzny na terenie budowlanym.

We have included our ethical obligations in the Code of Ethics, a document consistent for the entire ERBUD Group. The Code describes the pillars of our long-term strategy, elements which have always been important for us and form the foundation for our action. 

ESG Management

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The ESG’s “We Build Safely” strategy is integrated with our business strategy, which allows for consistent development directions for the entire Group. Sustainable development is controlled by the Management Board. It is its responsibility to decide and approve strategic directions for the development of the ESG within the organization. The ESG Committee established in 2022 and coordinated by the Head of the ESG is responsible for the direct implementation of the objectives set out in the ESG Strategy. The Committee is composed of four members representing each division and chaired by the Chairman of the Management Board.