We would not be what we are without the 17,000+ colleagues who work with HUGO BOSS globally. That is why we are committed to their wellbeing through our fair and open corporate culture, respect for human rights, compliance with high working standards, and transparent remuneration policy. With training programs for managers, as well as additional training on feedback culture and agile work processes, we encourage our employees to, proactively, introduce ideas and take responsibility.
As a member of the Diversity Charter, our recognition and appreciation of all our employees is a core principle, irrespective of nationality, gender, religious or political beliefs, sexual orientation, age, or any disability. A diverse workforce is also important to us. Additionally past experience has shown that heterogeneous and inclusive teams facilitate better solutions for complex issues and have a positive impact on corporate culture. That’s also why HUGO BOSS encourages employee diversity.
We also take operational health and safety very seriously: this is demonstrated by our internal Health & Safety Commitment. Events like the Health Days in Metzingen and Ticino, the HUGO BOSS Run, with professional training at the company’s sports fields and studios, keep our employees fit. We also keep our employees informed on topics such as nutrition or ergonomics in the workplace.