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.


Because of its nature as a large international group that is constantly and rapidly growing, called on to operate in very different settings in the global scenario, creating a culture that promotes the diversity within the group becomes a key competitive factor, favoring an environment where different points of view count, where everyone's voice can be heard and where they can all feel like an integral part of the Brembo organization.
​​​In fact, the group is made up of a multi-cultural team: out of 100 Brembo people, 32 work in Italy, 20 in Poland, 15 in China, 9 in the Czech Republic, 9 in Mexico and 7 in the USA. The remaining 8 are split between Brazil, India, the United Kingdom, Spain, Japan and other countries.



Brembo also favors the integration of the various age groups, giving young people a voice and promoting the skills of senior staff. More specifically, personnel break-down by age group shows 25% under 30, 33% between 31 and 40, 28% between 41 and 50 and 15% in the over-50 group.

​​Brembo's attention to diversity and inclusion also manifests in the hiring of the disabled in compliance with prevailing rules and policies established by the applicable legislation. Specifically, as of 31 December 2018, there were 157 disabled employees in the company.