Corporate Social Responsibility

corporate social responsibility

CSR: SENSIBILITY, VALUES AND ETHICS

What years ago was a challenge and a bet linked to our values has now turned into something formalised and proactive that has progressed thanks to Mullor's workers, suppliers and clients that provide these initiatives with their cooperation, their trust and their attitude.

We work with a human team that shares our social approach: not only results are important, but also how we achieve them.

In Mullor we understand Corporate Social Responsibility as the set of policies and practices that seek to ensure a responsible management.

We are a family company.

Being a family company makes us want to last in time and to think in the long term. This allows us to develop coherent policies with these values.

 

The shareholders lead by example. Year after year, more than 75% of the benefits are reinvested in the company to make it financially stronger while expanding and investing. This is a guarantee for our employees and our suppliers.

Property is involved in management.

This means that it is inherently committed to the firm's performance. With responsibility for the economic development of the company, but with proximity with our workers as well.

 

Mullor always pays its workers before the end of the month, even though most implementation agreements allow to do the payroll payment until the 7th day of the month. With this, we intend to make a difference and to ease the economic management of our workers' families.

We provide intensive services to people with very tight margins.

The temptation of working outside the lay has always existed and continues to exist in intensive manpower sectors and in those in which the social security fraud and the underground economy are still significant and can significantly increase the margins.

 

Mullor was one of the founding companies of the first professional association of services in Spain in 1977, in order to professionalize the services' management and to foster an appropriate legal and labour enforcement.

 

Aligning with this philosophy, in 2010 we signed the United Nations Project (Global Compact) for responsible business procedures and we update it anually.

We employ many workers in more than 600 towns and cities.

Geographical spread can never be used as pretext to leave our human team members unattended. We want human dynamics to evolve in a equality and respect environment of which we are responsible for as a company.

 

In 2012 we developed and presented our Equality plan for equal opportunities and non-discrimination as key for our opportunity and employment promotion development.

 

It is our responsibility to create safe job opportunities for both our workers and our clients wherever they are.

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