Obolon Corporation's success and good reputation depend on the contribution of each employee and the extent to which the 6,000 employees share the same moral and ethical values of the company's corporate culture.
In order to systematize the principles of business conduct of the employees, Obolon developed and adopted in 2012-2013 the Code of Ethics. In addition to the adoption of this document, it was proposed to accept the Regulation on the Ethics Committee that includes company employees and supervises the compliance with the Code. The key standards of business conduct in the Code of Ethics are customer orientation, motivation for success, reliability, creativity, amicable relations between the management and the personnel, teamwork, etc.
The ethical rules establish specific boundaries in the conduct, since their purpose is to prevent unethical behaviour in the team and in relations with partners.
The basic rights of men and women employed at Obolon structures are ensured by the company's Collective Bargaining Agreement. While improving the working conditions, creating new opportunities, and ensuring gender equality among the personnel, Obolon became one of the first Ukrainian companies to adopt its own Gender Plan in 2012.
For 2 years now, the document has been successfully functioning at all corporation's companies, guaranteeing equal opportunities in compensation, career growth, right for rest, and other rights for the male and female personnel. Besides adopting the Gender Plan, the corporation also introduced the position of the Gender Issues Commissioner. Obolon regularly monitors the working conditions at its facilities, and conducts gender equality meetings and seminars for the managers and employees.
Child care leave (children under 3)
Child care leave (children aged 3 to 6)
* Working women
Women on child care leaves
Child age range
1,5 – 3
3 – 6
* Women having more than one child are only included in the youngest child's age row