Labour & Human Rights Policy
Carlsberg Group is committed to providing a safe, healthy and empowering environment for our people, always acting in a fair and responsible manner with respect for global standards and guidelines.
Our Labour & Human Rights (LHR) Policy lays out the labour & human rights standards to which all employees in the Carlsberg Group are entitled, irrespective of the country in which they work.
Building a High-Performing Culture
In line with one of the enablers of SAIL’22, Create a Winning Culture, our approach to growing our people is based on the Triple A framework – Alignment, Accountability and Action – which defines the way we work together across the organisation in building a high performance team, including treating people in a fair and equal way.
We align by providing visibility and clarity of corporate targets and developments. Employees attend a National Conference at the start of the year where company strategic priorities are communicated. Regular updates are provided via monthly town hall sessions.
Our employees are accountable for their actions and we track this through performance management and consequence management. The Group also adopts a pay-for-performance philosophy. We encourage employee growth and development by prioritising each employee’s Individual Development Plan.
Recognition and Engagement
Awards are given to individuals and groups who demonstrate Triple A attributes in their roles. These awards are given out during the monthly townhall sessions.
A total of 37 of SAIL’22 Awards were given out in 2018, of which 9 were individual recipients and 28 group recipients. Long-service awards were given out to recognise employees for their tenure within the organisation.
Our part-time sales promoters are the backbone of our consumer engagement at coffeeshops and eateries nationwide and we host annual appreciation dinners to thank them for their tireless efforts.