- Privacy Notice
- Data Processor Agreement
- End User Licence Agreement
- API Agreement
- Standards of Business Conduct
- Human Rights
- Transparency Act
24SevenOffice is committed to transparency, honesty and the highest standards of business and ethical behavior including compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, as well as company’s policies and procedures. The company acts in accordance with the vision to empower businesses for the future and the values: trust, bravery and curiosity. In these values the respect for human rights is an underlying principle for how we conduct our business.
24SevenOffice conducts its business consistently with the UN Global Compact and the 10 guiding principles on business and human rights, the international frameworks OECD Guidelines for Responsible Business Conduct and respects internationally recognised human rights and international labor organizations. That includes, but is not limited to, human right to freedom and the right not to be subject to forced labour, child labor or any discrimination in respect of employment. Human rights are defined in this policy as rights inherent to all human beings, regardless of race, sex, nationality, ethnicity, language, religion, or any other status.
Standards of Business Conduct
24SevenOffice Standards of Business Conduct sets requirements for how 24SevenOffice companies and our business partners shall behave and what role we all shall have in the societies where we operate.
24SevenOffice is committed to provide safe, healthy and secure working conditions for all personnel. This includes assessing potential human rights impacts from activities and business relationships and aim to apply effective prevention and mitigation actions where needed. The company, under its leadership, will seek ways to ensure respect for human rights to the greatest extent possible.
This policy sets out the principles for how 24SevenOffice relates to employees, contractors, suppliers and business partners. 24SevenOffice will continuously seek to improve its human rights efforts