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Attractive and equal workplace

Pandox’s corporate culture is the key to the Company’s success. It provides the right conditions for motivated and independent employees with clear authority in their roles, and for equality in the workplace. Pandox has employees from 91 different countries, which reflects the diversity in the hotel industry.

Pandox’s targets and results in the focus area attractive and equal workplace

Pandox values

It is important to the Company that all employees have a strong moral compass, take the initiative and are independent. This is because Pandox is a lean organisation filled with a spirit of entrepreneurship where everyone helps out and every employee is vital. Pandox also has an amusing company symbol in its illustrations of Pepper the dog, who is always up to his tricks. He is there to remind all employees to enjoy themselves and not to take themselves too seriously.

Employees

Pandox makes every effort to be one of themost attractive employers in the industry. Inorder to be an attractive employer, Pandoxoffers a dynamic but also secure working environmentthat encourages development and does not tolerate discrimination or harassment.Employees are offered a clear mandate to succeed in their role at work. As the Company has a lean organisation, having a strong moral compass and independence is essential.

In 2020 a survey was introduced for hotel employees within Operator Activities. The purpose is to measure employee satisfaction on a quarterly basis and the short-term target is a score of 80 percent. The employees also have an opportunity to suggest improvements. The 2020 result was 81 (80) percent. No incidents of discrimination were reported in 2020.

Employee turnover is another indicator of how satisfied the employees are. The turnover of Pandox’s hotel employees was 36 (22) percent in 2020. Employee turnover at the head office was 8 (2) percent. All of Pandox’s employees are able to join a trade union. Collective agreements are used in Operator Activities and collective bargaining takes place. In 2020 a total of 72 (70) percent of employees within Operator Activities were covered by collective bargaining agreements. Also, workplace evaluations of the physical and psychosocial work environment are carried out every three years or when significant changes are made within the organisation, such as in connection with renovation or remodelling.