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Cargus signs the diversity charter

Cargus signed the Diversity Charter on Tuesday, July 13, thus taking on the commitment to promote and implement practices in the spirit of values such as diversity, equality and inclusion. The signing of the initiative represents a normal step for the most experienced courier company on the Romanian market, celebrating 30 years of activity this year.

Under the anniversary motto “We have come to know each other”, the company welcomes the loyalty of its employees, customers and partners and also states that it will continue to adapt its business to the expectations of the community. On the road to a fair, inclusive and equitable world, diversity and social inclusion represent an important pillar for Cargus in the new strategy of sustainability and social responsibility.

“We have signed the Diversity Charter with the conviction that different experiences and perspectives lead to great things. We believe in equal opportunities and aim to increase these values ​​and practices in our organizational culture. Adherence to the principles of the Charter is a first step in our plan to form skills with a positive impact on Romanian society.

 In our 30 years of work, we have learned that all our employees must feel supported and respected and that we must offer everyone opportunities to reach their professional potential, regardless of nationality, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or religion. We encourage other companies to join this initiative, as these values ​​are the foundation through which we can build a diverse and inclusive community together,” said Jarosław Śliwa, CEO of Cargus.

 Along with social inclusion, Cargus complements its responsibility strategy through three other areas of interest: environment, health and education.

 

 

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