Code of Conduct
STADA takes part in fair competition and aims to succeed in the market with the help of its employees, its innovative strength, the quality of its products as well as the reliability and correctness of its production processes and supply chain.
The company respects applicable law and expects the same from its employees as well as from its business partners. Unlawful conduct can cause substantial economic damage. The mere suggestion of unlawful conduct can cause harm to STADA’s market position. The consequences of one’s own actions are also to be measured by the effect they have on the reputation of the company as well as on the integrity of its employees and its management.
An additional cornerstone of the company’s success is the encouraging and motivating corporate culture, which is determined by the responsible and ethical conduct of all its employees. Such corporate culture also requires the employees’ own commitment to ensure that we conduct our business with a high degree of integrity.
Information on data protection according to Artt. 13,14 GDPR.
STADA has appointed Dr. Rainer Buchert as a worldwide external Ombudsman. All STADA employees, business partners and other third parties can contact the Ombudsman, as an independent person, in addition to STADA’s Corporate Compliance Department, regarding suspected criminal offences (e.g. corruption, fraud) and serious breaches of laws and regulations. Please do not contact the Ombudsman for statements of displeasure, discontent or nuisances or general complaints.
The Ombudsman will share the information with STADA’s Compliance Office only with the prior consent of the information provider. If desired, he will protect the identity of the information provider through his duty of confidentiality.
A contact form is available here. Using this consent form ensures a safe electronic transfer of the data (via SSL encryption). Dr. Buchert is supported by Dr. Caroline Jacob from the same law firm.
Dr. Buchert & Partner Rechtsanwälte
Rechtsanwalt Dr. Rainer Buchert
60311 Frankfurt am Main
|Phone:||+49 69 - 710 333 30 or +49 6105 - 921 355|
|Fax:||+49 69 - 710 344 44|
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