It is more important than ever that we emphasize honesty, civility, and respect for each other. It is also time that our voice, as a leader in our sector, be added to the conversation to ensure that everyone understands unequivocally what we value. Regardless of our country of origin, race, gender, or orientation we are all one community.
Through our C.A.R.E. Council and our Health & Safety programs, we have centralized tracking of our impact on people around the world. This impact aligns with UN Sustainable Development Goals surrounding no poverty, zero hunger, good health and well-being, quality education, gender equality, reduced inequalities, responsible consumption and production, and peace, justice, and strong institutions.
Diebold Nixdorf is proud to demonstrate our social conscience in various ways, including through financial inclusion; supporting payment choice for all consumers; social equity; and community engagement. We believe giving back to the communities we operate in is crucial to our license to operate and is a direct reflection of our company culture and values.
Human rights are universal to every single person on this earth. At Diebold Nixdorf, human rights sit at the intersection of supply chain management, community relations, and human capital management. We developed a company-wide Human Rights Policy that applies to employees, suppliers and contractors. Our Human Rights Policy is engrained in our culture and guides us as we conduct business around the globe.
Diversity within our own company—whether cultural, gender, racial, or other—means we value the many varying perspectives and solutions that our people bring to the table—and we believe this can have a positive impact on how we innovate and how we grow.
As a global company, Diebold Nixdorf is also subject to various reporting requirements with regards to health and safety. We are committed to developing global standards that exceed legal requirements. In addition, we are tracking and monitoring workplace safety on a range of metrics.