Relationship with Employees
NARED’S basic human resource principal is to "develop a high-performance, results-oriented culture within our organization with motivated employees who take pride in and find a sense of accomplishment from their work". NARED has developed a system to provide employees with a variety of opportunities to learn to become genuine "professionals," with a strong sense of ethics and high level of universally accepted professionalism.
There are other systems in place to fairly evaluate employees, based on their achievements and for appropriate placement, and provide them with various forms of support so they can be devoted to their work.
Employees' Human Rights Human Resources Policy
NARED has been conducting business activities based on the "NARED Code of staff regulation" which defines NARED's compliance standards, as well as required compliance with employment-related laws and regulations regarding the labor hours, minimum wages, child labor, and obligatory labor, etc. in the country. The "Nared Code of staff regulation" prohibits not only unfair discrimination on the basis of nationality, race, ethnic background, belief, religion, gender, age, handicap, disease and social status but also other discriminatory treatment and harassment. NARED respects human rights from global perspectives in accordance with the code.
Training Program for the Enrichment of the Human Resource
NARED is also focused on developing autonomous professionals who are capable of fulfilling our mission and to strengthen expertise and professional skills of employees. NARED provides training programs on research and development, marketing etc. with the aim of learning specialized knowledge as well as technical skills.
In addition, the Company also focuses on reinforcing the organizational strength through support toward employees, wishing to strengthen their individual capabilities.
Utilization of Diversified Personnel
NARED considers it vital to adopt the flexible use of human resources, regardless of gender and age. In response to the increased social demand for employment creation and empowerment of female’s activity in Ethiopia. NARED is promoting the utilization of female employees as well as reviewing the reemployment system for aged individuals who reached mandatory retirement age.