GLS Group Environmental Standard
Guideline for the minimisation of environmental impacts by GLS Group
Code of Business Standards
The trust GLS receives from customers, employees, business partners and the public is a top priority for the GLS Group.
To further strengthen this trust, the GLS Group has assigned itself a Code of Business Standards that establishes the fundamental values and standards of behaviour of the company in binding form for all employees.
The GLS Code of Business Standards forms the basis of all business decisions and regulates responsible interaction with all stakeholders.
Supplier Code of Conduct
GLS expects its suppliers to respect the standards laid out in this Supplier Code of Conduct, implement them using appropriate measures and adhere to them in their business activities.
GLS Hungary operates a whistleblowing system to fulfil its obligations under Act XXV of 2023 on Complaints, Public Interest Reports and Rules for Reporting Abuse (the Complaints Act). The whistleblowing system allows employees, business partners andother stakeholders of GLS Hungary to report unlawful or suspected unlawful acts oromissions, or information about them.
The Whistleblowing Reporting System is operated by whistleblower protection lawyer Dr. Rainer Buchert on behalf of GLS Hungary.
Reports can be made in the following manner:
- verbally, by telephone or by voice mail;
- in writing, by letter sent to a postal address, or by electronic mail in the form of an email message, and by filling in the "Contact Form" provided.
The notifier is also entitled to make the notification anonymously, without providingany personal data.
GLS Hungary, as Data Controller, shall process the personal data obtained in the course of the procedure in accordance with the provisions of the GDPR(1) and the Privacy Act(2), as provided for in the Complaints Act.
All notifications will be treated confidentially!
(1) The General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679, abbreviated GDPR) is a European Union regulation on information privacy in the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA)
(2) Act CXII of 2011 on Informational Self-Determination and Freedom of Information ("Privacy Act")