The Code of Ethics is a statement that outlines the most significant core values in which we believe as a company. The Code addresses the rights, duties and responsibilities of all those who work with Giacomini in any capacity: managers, directors, employees, consultants, agents, business partners and, more generally, all those who work with the company regardless of the nature of the collaboration itself.
This code is part of the "Organisation, Management and Control Model", as provided for by Article 6 of Legislative Decree 231/2001 regarding the "administrative liability of legal persons", approved at the Board of Governors on 16/10/2012. "Model 231" is a set of principles, procedures and regulations that impact upon the inner workings of the company and on the way in which it interacts with the outside world, ensuring appropriate mechanisms to prevent crimes from being committed by any parties involved with the company.
The reasons that led the company, in March 2012, to launch the project for the adoption of this model can be found in our desire to introduce an organisational model that would enable the company to operate in harmony with existing regulations, with a view to achieving our ambitious aims to improve and to render the most important decision making processes more clear, transparent and better organised, with the ultimate goal of protecting the interests of the company as a "greater good" vis-a-vis individual employees.
"We want the constant application of the principles from our Code of Ethics to a daily commitment for our people working inside and for Giacomini. We are confident that this important step goes in the direction of constant improvement, and will allow the company - and by extension, all of us - to look to the future with confidence. " (Elia Filiberti - CEO)
We want the values from the Code of Ethics to become part of a daily effort towards integrity for all who work with Giacomini, to make a brighter future for ourselves and our stakeholders