The Group undertakes to guarantee and promote respect for fundamental human and
labour rights in all its spheres of influence, especially concerning its employees
and contractual partners. As proof of this commitment, its policies and practices
are in keeping with the
The Generali Group Code of Conduct guarantees employees a working environment free of all types of discrimination, harassment, intimidation
or mobbing and promotes diversity and inclusion in the belief that cooperation
between people from different cultural backgrounds, with different skills, opinions
and experience, is an essential prerequisite for guaranteeing business growth
The Group also recognises the freedom of association and collective bargaining,
and prohibits any kind of illicit work, exploitation, as well as any type of compulsory,
forced or child labour.
In application of the provisions of the Ethical Code for the Suppliers of the Generali Group concerning human rights, suppliers are requested to comply
with principles and to align themselves with the policies of the Group. Specifically,
they are requested to observe all applicable national and international laws and
regulations, including therein the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights and
the Declaration of the International Labour Organisation, and to ensure their
compliance also by the respective supply chains.
The Generali Group also protects and promotes fundamental human rights in its
role as institutional investor, through ethical guidelines for investments and encourages issuing companies to act responsibly.
Lastly, as part of its corporate citizenship activities Generali provides funds
and other corporate resources to numerous initiatives aiming at promoting and
guaranteeing the fundamental human rights, not only in the communities where the Group operates but also where it is most needed.