Labour – part of the ten principles of UN Global Impact

Principle 3 (GRI 407): Boliden should uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining

All of Boliden’s employees are covered by collective bargaining agreements.

More information can be found in GRI disclosure 103-2&3.

Principle 4 (GRI 409): Boliden should uphold the elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labor

Under no circumstances may forced and compulsory labour be employed or used in our operations, directly or indirectly through business partners.

More information can be found in GRI disclosure 103-2&3.

Principle 5 (GRI 408): Boliden should uphold the effective abolition of child labour

Under no circumstances may child labour be employed or used in Boliden’s operations, directly or indirectly through business partners. All business partners must comply with this by agreeing to Boliden’s Business Partner Code of Conduct. Any business partner may be subject to visits or third party audits at the ­business partner sites to ensure compliance.

More information can be found in GRI disclosure 103-2&3.

Principle 6: Boliden should uphold the elimination of ­discrimination in respect of employment and occupation

Boliden does not accept any form of harassment, discrimination or other behavior that may be regarded by colleagues or close relatives as abusive or degrading. Boliden and its employees shall refrain from all forms of discrimination and harassment on the basis of gender, ethnicity, age, disability, religion, sexual ­orientation, or any other factor.

More information can be found in GRI disclosure 103-2&3.