Growth at BSH means expanding, gathering experience, progressing, overcoming hurdles, and ultimately achieving goals.
At BSH growth means not only achieving objectives but being mindful of our employees and our environment. We have set an ambitious goal to increase our sales revenue to 20 billion Euros by 2025 and, in the process, fulfill our ecological and social responsibility. The BSH Corporate Principles and a clearly described governance risk compliance model provide us with clear guidance to put these values into practice.
Our Corporate Principles are the cornerstone of our corporate success and therefore we act reliably, fairly and with integrity. This includes honoring our commitments, delivering what we promise, and always acting in compliance with the law and statutory provisions – in all areas and processes of the company.
Our integrated governance risk compliance model forms the basis for identifying potential risks in our business activities and deriving measures to accommodate changing requirements to business management.
One lawyer for everyone. The lawyer Dr. Karl Sidhu, LL.M (Munich) is the legal counsel for all of our BSH employees worldwide. External third parties, such as business partners, can also turn to him if they suspect illegal business practices such as corruption or similar serious violations in relation to a company within the BSH Group. As an independent, external legal counsel, he accepts all information on potential compliance instances in absolute confidence – while, of course, preserving the anonymity of the whistleblower.
RA Dr Karl Sidhu, LL.M. (Kanzlei ROXIN Rechtsanwälte LLP)
VP, General Counsel & Secretary
BSH Home Appliances Corporation
Tel.: 949-224-4778 / E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alongside compliance, the Business Conduct Guidelines form the basis for all business processes and decisions. They are an important element of our understanding of values. We abide by these guidelines to strengthen trust in our company and our brands among consumers, employees and business partners.
Our managers ensure that the Business Conduct Guidelines are a firmly established part of BSH's corporate culture along the entire value chain. As role models, they help employees worldwide to behave lawfully and act in accordance with the BSH Business Conduct Guidelines. These guidelines regulate dealing responsibly with customers and business partners, provide guidance on issues regarding competition and antitrust law, or anti-corruption, and avoid conflicts of interest.
Further information on our Business Conduct Guidelines:
BSH is a proud member of the UN Global Compact. Initiated by the United Nations, the then UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan launched the UN Global Compact which includes ten principles of behavior that have guided BSH's actions since 2004. The compact is aimed at commercial enterprises that want to deal responsibly with globalization and act in the interest of people worldwide. The central focus of the compact is on topics such as the rights of employees, human rights, environmental protection and anti-corruption.
All information about the UN Global Compact