Aspire Mobility Group is committed to operate in an ethical and legal manner, and to preserve integrity in all our business relations with customers, employees, suppliers and subcontractors. As the largest moving company in Denmark, and as a global actor, Aspire Mobility Group cooperates with a wide range of partners and agents. It is, therefore, a natural consequence that we demand the same of our partners and agents, as we do of our selves. This Code of conduct represents the ethical, social and environmental behavior that we commit to and wish to promote throughout our supply chain.
Our code of conduct is based on and supports internationally recognized ethical guidelines and conventions such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, FN Global Compacts ten principles and the International Labour Organisation (ILO) conventions. As a member of FIDI this Code of conduct also supports the FIDI anti-bribery and anti-corruption charter, we further more support FIDI’stand against bribery and corruption in the relocation industry.
Aspire Mobility Group is aware of and committed to operate in full compliance with applicable laws, rules, and regulations of the countries in which we operate and to uphold norms of international codes of business ethics and morals, in relation to services provided.
It is deemed unacceptable by Aspire Mobility Group to use illegal workers or participate in, or benefit from, any form of forced labour or withhold any part of any personnel’s salary or benefits. All workers must be paid at least minimum wage required by applicable law and regulations and provide all legally mandated benefits. Overtime must be voluntary, and there must be a signed working contract available for all employees.
Aspire Mobility Group will not engage in, or benefit from, the use of child labour. The minimum age for employment shall not be less than 15 years. If the law states a higher age, the law must be followed.
Aspire Mobility Group is committed to a workplace free of harassment. Employees shall not be subjected to discrimination in respect of employment and occupation regarding race, colour, nationality, religion, gender, age, or sexual orientation.
Aspire Mobility Group recognize ILO conventions and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on freedom of association and freedom of opinion and expression, and will not interfere with the workers’ rights to join unions or other associations of their own choosing, and to bargain collectively.
Aspire Mobility Group does not accept any involvement in corruption, extortion, bribery, attempted bribery or fraud. This applies whether offering a bribe, or accepting a bribe, or engaging in bribery either directly or through any third party. Aspire Mobility Group, therefore, undertakes to:
Partners and suppliers
Aspire mobility group expects partners and suppliers to commit to the same ethical standard and comply to all above minimum requirements set forth in this code of conduct. Partners and agents have to notify Aspire Mobility Group if any unethical practice is witnessed.
Aspire Mobility Group recognize that some partners and agents may need time to work with areas in the Code of Conduct which they cannot comply with, and acknowledges that compliance is best achieved through continuous improvement. We encourage our partners and agents to regularly inform us about plans and improvement activities in relation to the Code of Conducts principles and expect that any violations of the minimum requirements will be reported to Aspire Mobility Group on CSR@mobel.dk.