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All employees are obliged:
All higher-grade staff are additionally obliged:
Discrimination on grounds of race, ethnic origin, gender, religion, ideological persuasion, disability, age or sexual identity is strictly forbidden. This applies in particular with regard to dealings with colleagues, employees and business partners as well as to the appointment, promotion or dismissal of staff.
The FSB Group respects the intellectual property of third parties, i.e. including trademark rights, registered designs, patents and proprietary rights.
It is strictly forbidden:
All employees are required to keep their private interests and those of the FSB Group strictly separate. The very semblance of a conflict of interests is to be avoided. They are, in particular, to refrain from:
Exceptions must be endorsed in writing by the Managing Director responsible.
The FSB Group works solely with serious business partners operating within the framework of statutory regulations and making no use of illegal financial resources.
All employees are required to comply with money laundering legislation and to submit written reports of suspected instances of money having been laundered without delay both to their respective Accounts Department manager and to the Executive.
FSB expects employees, customers and suppliers alike:
Employees may not generally demand, expect to receive, or accept personal benefits either for themselves or for persons close to them. They may only accept personal benefits (e.g. gifts or invitations to restaurants or sporting events) where there is no impression of their being expected to do anything in return.
The personal benefit must lie within the bounds of standard business practice and may not be in contravention of any law.
Gifts to a total value of €35 per person and year may be presented to business partners and can be claimed as operating expenditure in Germany (Section 4 (5) Income Tax Act EStG). It is additionally permissible to dispense trivial benefits (calendars, ballpoint pens, pendants etc.) of less than €10 per item, based on the cost of either procurement or manufacture.
Personal data may only be collected, used and stored in conformity with the applicable data protection laws. Company and transaction-related data are to be treated confidentially and may only be used in the context of a given remit.