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Why is this Issue Material to SGS?

Discrimination in employment means treating people differently based on characteristics not related to their performance. Examples include race, color, gender, religion, political opinion, national extraction, social origin, age, disability, HIV/AIDS status, trade union membership and sexual orientation.

Within SGS, our ability to understand, embrace and operate in a multicultural world is critical to our business success and sustainability. We believe that diversity can be a source of competitive advantage. Our stakeholders view respect for diversity and equal opportunities as a significant factor in maintaining our reputation as a responsible company.

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