In 2021 an inventory was made of the level of training in human rights, with a particular focus on human trafficking and prostitution, at the hotels in Pandox’s Operator Activities segment. The majority of the hotels provide regular courses that maintain a very high standard and are usually produced by established organisations in the area.
The courses provide a deeper understanding of how to discover, prevent and handle cases of
prostitution and sexual exploitation. Only a few individual hotels do not have their own comprehensive training and these have been given access to the digital courses of other hotels.
Pandox has also produced and published a Modern Slavery Act statement in which the Company strongly opposes all forms of exploitation, servitude and child labour.
Business ethics and anti-corruption
Pandox’s Anti-Corruption policy and Code of Conduct for employees form the basis for good business ethics and compliance with laws and practices.
The base for Pandox work with sustainable supply chains is the Code of Conduct for business partners describing the expectations Pandox has on its suppliers regarding human rights, labor rights, environment and anti-corruption.
Responsible and fair business
As a leading hotel property company, Pandox wants to act responsibly and decently in all business relationships. The Company intends to be a long-term and reliable partner and to take steps to mitigate the risk of corruption and violation of human rights that exists in the industry.