Cooperation, friendliness, openness and innovation are cornerstones of Incap’s corporate culture. Our employees form a highly professional and ambitious team that is a pleasure to work with. The high quality and efficiency of our operations is based on seamless teamwork throughout the production and supply chain. The way we serve our customers sets us apart from our competitors.
Incap’s employer reputation is good in all countries of operation, and in Estonia and India in particular, Incap is a highly sought-after employer. We are known as a stable company offering pleasant working conditions, competitive benefits and an international work community.
A significant part of the training takes place in the workplace, but employees are also encouraged to attend courses and seminars outside the company. Our training programme takes into account local requirements and opportunities.
As an employer, we are responsible for the health and safety of our employees. All employees are also expected to take responsibility for their own and their colleagues’ safety by understanding the health and safety risks associated with their daily work and reporting any incidents, near misses or health and safety risks. Employees must ensure that they are fit for work and comply with local health and safety laws and regulations and our operational health and safety policy.
Incap’s ethical principles and practices are set out in our Code of Conduct. They ensure fair and equal treatment of employees and suppliers and help us meet the growing demands of our customers and investors. They explain how to behave in our daily work and set out principles that help us make ethically sound decisions. A review of the Code of Ethics is part of the induction training for all new employees and is also highlighted in ongoing communications. Incap’s key suppliers, partners and consultants also apply the principles of our Code of Conduct. Incap’s whistleblowing service provides a channel for employees and other stakeholders to raise ethical concerns about our activities.
We support freedom of association and respect local labour laws and practices in the countries where we operate. All Incap employees are represented by workers’ or employees’ councils in our countries of operation. In addition, all employees in Finland are covered by collective agreements.
The key themes of our business ethics are avoidance of conflicts of interest, protection of intellectual property rights and assets, confidentiality, protection of personal data and privacy, fair competition, zero tolerance of corruption and bribery, prevention of money laundering, and transparency and trust through communication.