雇员

Employees are Autoneum’s most important asset. Our business success relies on their productivity, innovative power and passion. Therefore, we want to create a working environment that enables employees to thrive and give their best. We believe that a fair, attractive and inclusive workspace forms a solid basis on which our High Performance Culture can grow.

愿景 2025: 公平和有吸引力的工作场所

战略目标

持续改善工作条件和 Autoneum 的员工价值主张

操作目标

  • 在所有 Autoneum 所在地点定义和实施员工价值主张
  • 全球员工满意度调查结果每两年提高 0.1分
  • 将 Autoneum 集团员工离职率降至10%
  • 实施员工福利计划

战略目标

为所有 Autoneum 员工实施基准员工教育框架

操作目标

  • 针对“每位员工平均培训天数”指标设定并在行业同等群体中保持基准位置

战略目标

为所有 Autoneum 员工实施全面的人员发展框架

操作目标

  • 在 Autoneum 员工中实现 95% 的的员工评估覆盖率
  • 为运营商实施开发框架

战略目标

建立和培育多元化和包容性的文化

操作目标

  • 建立并维护多元化和包容性治理框架,并在所有 Autoneum 业务集团实施有针对性的措施
  • 将女性在管理岗位上的比例提高到30%,并持续改进 Autoneum 的多元化和包容性指标

战略目标

持续减少工作场所事故数量

操作目标

  • 在 Autoneum 员工中实现 95% 的的员工评估覆盖率
  • 为运营商实施开发框架

战略目标

通过减少人体工程学暴露改善工作条件

操作目标

  • 在所有工厂制定和实施人体工程学评估

战略目标

实施全面的职业健康和安全管理体系

操作目标

  • 所有 Autoneum 工厂均获得 ISO 45 001 认证

Health and Safety

As a manufacturing company, employee health and safety is of critical importance for Autoneum. We are committed to provide and maintain a safe and healthy work environment for employees as well as customers, suppliers and visitors to Company sites. Our approach in this area is defined by the 15 Principles for Good Environment, Health and Safety Behavior with five principles addressing manager behavior and ten principles applying to all employees. Furthermore, Autoneum’s Environment, Health & Safety Management System (MEHS) guarantees that the same health and safety standards are implemented consistently at all locations. This framework integrates international and national laws and regulations and the requirements of the occupational health and safety management system OHSAS 18001.

Training and Education

We are committed to a High Performance Culture underpinned by our corporate Values and Principles. Our employees are required to contribute to this culture in all their decisions and actions. At the same time, we continuously invest in their professional qualifications, know-how, capacities and soft skills, which are essential for our business success. Autoneum’s training and education policies and processes are governed by the Human Resources department. We address the training needs of each employee on an individual basis and formulate tailored development plans. Besides on-the-job training and locally organized courses, we have set up a People Development curriculum defining courses for Autoneum’s five employee bands, ranging from operators and technicians to management.

Diversity and Inclusion

As a company with operations spanning four continents, Autoneum employs people from a large variety of national, ethnic, cultural and personal backgrounds. Diversity goes hand in hand with our corporate Value of “living a global spirit” and is key for us as a technology leader: Teams with an open-minded culture tend to be more agile, creative and successful in developing new, disruptive ideas. We follow a zero-tolerance approach against any type of harassment or discrimination based on race, gender, age, religion, political or sexual orientation. The key principles of anti-discrimination are described in our Code of Conduct, which is signed by every new employee upon his/her entry at Autoneum. Furthermore, our global Speak Up Line enables employees of Autoneum as well as external parties to anonymously report violations of the Code of Conduct, including cases of discrimination or harassment.

Employee Participation

Autoneum recognizes freedom of association and collective bargaining as a fundamental human right. Employees are allowed to form employee organizations, to join labor unions or to collectively bargain in accordance with local laws. In some locations where Autoneum operates – such as Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Poland, Russia and some US-American states – collective bargaining agreements are not part of the legal framework. In the European Union, Autoneum’s employee participation is delegated to European Works Councils (EWCs). EWCs are bodies representing the European employees of a company. Besides internal communication channels, EWCs are platforms through which employees are informed about business developments and significant decisions that could affect employment or working conditions.