Human Rights and Working Conditions

Our commitment to human rights and the conditions The Agile Company guarantees those who work with us.

Human Rights and Working Conditions

The Agile Company
At The Agile Company, we are committed to upholding human rights and providing safe,
healthy, and fair working conditions for all employees. This document outlines our
commitment to respecting and promoting human rights within our organization and
establishes the standards for working conditions that we strive to achieve. We believe that by
treating our employees with dignity and ensuring their well-being, we create a positive work
environment that fosters productivity and success.


We value diversity and promote equal opportunities for all employees, regardless of their
race, colour, ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, religion, disability, age, or any
other characteristic protected by applicable laws. We are committed to creating a workplace
free from discrimination, harassment, or prejudice of any kind.

Health and Safety:

We prioritize the health and safety of our employees by providing a safe and healthy work
environment. We comply with all relevant health and safety regulations and continuously
strive to improve our practices. We promote awareness of health and safety issues, provide
necessary training, and encourage employees to report any concerns or incidents promptly.

Fair Employment:

We believe in fair and ethical employment practices. We hire employees based on their
qualifications, skills, and experience. We provide fair compensation, including wages, benefits,
and opportunities for career growth. We comply with applicable labour laws and regulations
regarding working hours, overtime, breaks, and other employment conditions.

Freedom of Association:

We respect and support the right of employees to join or form trade unions or other worker
associations of their choice. We engage in constructive dialogue with employee
representatives and facilitate collective bargaining where appropriate and in accordance with
applicable laws.


Child Labor and Forced Labor:

We prohibit the use of child labour and forced labour in any form. We do not employ
individuals below the legal working age as defined by local laws and regulations. We ensure
that all employees are hired voluntarily and have the right to terminate their employment
with reasonable notice.

Ethical Conduct and Integrity:

We maintain a culture of ethical conduct and integrity throughout our organization. We expect
all employees to adhere to the highest standards of honesty, transparency, and
professionalism. We provide channels for employees to report any unethical behaviour or
violations of human rights, and we ensure that all reports are treated confidentially and
investigated promptly.

Supply Chain Responsibility:

We extend our commitment to human rights and working conditions to our supply chain
partners. We strive to work with suppliers and contractors who share our values and comply
with our standards. We regularly assess and monitor our suppliers’ practices to ensure
alignment with our principles.

Continuous Improvement:

We are committed to continuous improvement in our human rights and working conditions
practices. We regularly review and update our policies, procedures, and training programs to
reflect best practices and legal requirements. We engage in dialogue with our employees to
understand their needs and concerns, and we actively seek feedback to inform our
improvement efforts.

At The Agile Company, we recognize that human rights and working conditions are
fundamental to the well-being and success of our employees and our organization. By
upholding these principles, we strive to create a positive and inclusive work environment that
promotes the dignity and rights of all individuals. This document serves as a guide to our
commitment, and we encourage all employees to familiarize themselves with its contents.

Document owner: Céline Cornu
Document created May 2023
Next Revision December 2024
Marseille, France