In conducting its everyday business, Tratos strives to increase stakeholders’ knowledge of how the company works through meaningful disclosures and transparency. Transparent, clear and honest communication builds trust, which is essential to the overall progress and sustainable growth of Tratos’ business.
At Tratos, transparency implies openness, communication, and accountability. It is seen as an internal imperative, as well as a business priority. Tratos transparency is reflected and clearly expressed in the company’s values and policies and procedures which can be fully accessed below.
Tratros’ Employees and managers can safely admit mistakes and can openly deal with problems and challenges. Their actions are consistent with Tratos values and culture.
Tratos adopted 17 Global Goals of The United Nations as part of its Culture. Tratos does more than simply ‘support’ the Goals though – it is working to deliver them every day.
Leadership by example is a clear invitation for others to strive to be the best they can be. Continuous learning is part of the Tratos culture, and it starts at the top. Tratos CEO and other members of the senior team studied for their MBAs at London Business School, (formerly Cass), and all board members have now embarked on route to achieving Institute of Directors’ chartered directorship accreditation.
TRATOS Policies, Procedures and Statements
Corporate Social Responsibility, Human Rights, Anti-Slavery, Dignity at Work policies and more: A great company is defined as much by how it does things as what it does. When a company is set up specifically to help people, as Tratos was, enlightened governance, its procedures and policies are fiercely upheld.