Coerentemente con il Consistent with the
Group Code of Basic Working Conditions, Brembo is committed to the principle that
all persons shall have equal access to employment, facilities, services, and programs without regard to personal characteristics not related to performance, competence, knowledge or qualifications. We acknowledge and promote the
positive value of diversity.
Brembo prohibits discrimination and harassment against any person because of sex, race, color, religion, creed, age, ethnic origin, National origin, marital / parental status, pregnancy, disability, sexual orientation or any other personal characteristic and/or condition.
Brembo also expects that its managers, employees, agents, business partners and stakeholders when and where ever those individuals are conducting Brembo business or participating in any Brembo project, process, event or activity, shall establish and maintain an
environment free of discrimination (including harassment, bullying, or retaliation) as an essential part of the
Brembo way of doing business.
Brembo is a constantly and rapidly growing international Group, operating in very different contexts worldwide.
As a result, a key competitive factor for the Group lies in creating a culture that values internal diversity, fostering an environment in which everyone’s point of view and voice count and where everyone can feel an integral part of Brembo. In fact, the Group is formed by a multicultural team: out of every 100 Brembo People, 36 worked in Italy, 18 in Poland, 12 in China, 10 in the Czech Republic, and 9 in the United States, while the remaining 15 were distributed between Mexico, Brazil, India, the United Kingdom, Spain and Japan.
There has been a significant increase in personnel of Chinese nationality compared to 2015 (7% of the company’s workforce in 2015, 14% in 2016) due also to the integration into the Brembo Group of the Chinese company ASIMCO Meilian Braking Systems Co. Ltd., as well as a rise in United States and Mexican personnel due to the expansion of the Homer production hub and opening of the Escobedo plant, respectively.