Our “Constitutional Charter” is a set of rights and moral duties
It is our approved and shared code of conduct. It is signed by our employees, our suppliers and all sales agents. It contains the values, mission, vision and rules of conduct that govern the way we do business.
To ensure the application and compliance with the contents, we have set up a Supervisory Body, which is also available to clarify any doubts about the interpretation and application of the company’s Code of Ethics and to manage reports of violations and offenses (whistleblowing).
There are three keywords in which we believe deeply and which are so central to our identity that we define them as internal rules of conduct.
For companies like ours, beauty is more than a necessity. It is a constant benchmark, a moral commitment to people. Employees are in the front line in expressing this ethical imperative, and convey it through their work, from the product’s creation to the way it is offered.
By this we mean clarity in communication between us and the outside world. Being clear and comprehensible is an aim for every employee, who must strive to reduce complexities in every activity and relationship.
This is an essential characteristic within our organisation. It conveys a sense of collaboration and the ability to listen and to constantly put the team first, setting aside any wish to stand out or appear superior.