This excerpt taken from the ICI 6-K filed Mar 21, 2007.
This excerpt taken from the ICI 6-K filed Mar 16, 2005.
ICI Employment Principles
The ICI Group employs over 33,000 people in more than 50 countries.
ICI manages its global organisations through both its International Businesses and its Regional and Industrial Business, each of which is responsible for determining its own employees terms and conditions and employment policies within the framework of the following Employment Principles agreed by the ICI Executive Management Team.
These Employment Principles are fully consistent with the commitments given in both the ICI Sustainability Policy and Code of Conduct.
Health and safety of employees
Development of people
The Company seeks to help every individual understand the personal strengths they can leverage whilst providing the support they need to grow and develop further, in line with the needs of the business.
ICI will provide equal opportunity for all employees irrespective of their race, colour, creed, religion, gender, ancestry, citizenship, sexual preference, marital status, national origin, age, pregnancy, or any other reason prohibited by the laws of the individual countries in which it operates. This will apply with respect to recruitment, promotion, compensation, transfer, retention, training, benefits, and any other employment actions.
ICI ANNUAL REPORT AND ACCOUNTS 2004
Respect for the individual
We aim to exploit the opportunities offered by new technologies to improve our ability to accommodate more flexible patterns of working, where the nature of the work makes this possible.
Our success in achieving this relies on the co-operation and shared responsibility of the Company and its employees, who are partners in the process of managing the balance of work/life issues.
ICIs commitment is:
Communication and consultation
The principal aims of communication and consultation are:
Performance and reward
Reward will also recognise the prevailing business climate and the circumstances of the relevant local labour market.