Each individual is responsible for their own health, but in various ways, Midsona provides health-promoting activities that improve conditions for employees to remain healthy in the long term.
An equal-oportunities company
Midsona is a company that promotes equal opportunities and inclusiveness, to bring new ideas, perspectives and different behaviour and practices into the company.
The proportion of women in the Group was 49 percent (63) at year end 2015/2016. The proportion of women on the Midsona Board of Directors is 50 percent (September 2016) and the proportion of women senior executives was 48 percent (35) at the end of 2016.
Midsona's managers have a responsibility to develop the individuals and the organization, and therefore a common platform for leadership linked to our values is essential for Midsona's continued success.
Midsona works actively with performance reviews and follow-up meetings for all employees according to a well established process. The goal is that all our employees should know Midsona's vision and mission, get motivated by it and participate and take responsibility for our success. Also all employees should be aware of their personal goals, get feedback and be able to discuss personal development needs.
UN Global Compact
Midsona has joined the UN Global Compact Initiative launched by Kofi Annan at the World Economic Forum in 1999. The Initiative is built on ten key issues and the goal is to long-term improvement within the areas of human rights, labor, environment and corruption. Midsona's Code of Conduct is based on the ten key issues.