Working environment 

Getinge strives to be an attractive employer by creating a working environment based on collaboration, responsibility and openness. The wellbeing of employees is a high priority, and the company is committed to providing safe and healthy working conditions in line with best practice.

Labour rights

Employees are recruited and promoted solely on the basis of their qualifications for the job, regardless of race, religion, age, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, political opinion, union membership, marital status or disability unrelated to the task in question. Getinge does not tolerate any form of harassment or violence in the workplace, and the use of forced labour and child labour is strictly prohibited in all company operations.

Compensation and development

Each employee shall be rewarded in a correct and fair manner in accordance with their individual performance and contribution to the success of the company. All employees shall be offered opportunities for appropriate training to help them develop relevant skills, grow within the company and progress their careers.

Conflicts of interest 

No employee may be involved in an activity or hold a position outside Getinge that is in conflict with the company’s business interests. Such conflicts of interest could also include directorships, significant shareholdings or the employment of family members.

Employee consultation

Getinge strives to maintain good communications with each employee through company information and consultation procedures, recognising the right of organisation for employees and the right to collective bargaining and agreements.