Commitment to fair employment

The right to exercise freedom of association and collective bargaining is considered crucial by MOL Group.


As Hungary has signed the UN Universal Declaration (UNDP) of Human Rights, the ILO Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy and the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, MOL Group considers these codes of conduct to be compulsory guidelines.

MOL Group is committed to supporting the ten key principles of the UNDP Global Compact with respect to human rights, labor rights, protection of the environment and fighting corruption. These values have therefore been integrated into our strategy, culture and everyday operations; moreover, we try to promote them within our sphere of influence.

The principles in our Code of Ethics are harmonized with the declarations of the above-mentioned agreements, and all MOL Group companies are required to comply with the Code.

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Employee relations

MOL Group is supportive of the freedom of association and collective bargaining, and is committed to continuously improving social dialogue.

The European Works Council (EWC) ensures the representation of employees at the highest level, keeps them informed on an ongoing basis about decisions taken in different countries which are within its competence and about international practices and experiences.

More information about employee relations can be found in MOL Group’s Annual Report.