The pillar 'Social' stands for dealing with internal and external people in an inclusive, conscious, open, helpful and honorable manner. The internal social structure requires an open and respectful attitude towards each other, in addition to diversity and integrity. It is also important to extend this attitude to customers and partners.
On top of this, we find it important to not only look inwards, but also outwards and contribute to social work, such as voluntary work. In this, employees are given certain freedoms and initiatives are organised to encourage the involvement of employees. Examples include giving language lessons to status holders, helping at the food bank, helping primary school children with challenging exercises, playing checkers with the elderly or helping organise a day trip for less fortunate children.