Salvatore Ferragamo manages and develops its human capital by integrating and respecting diversity. Employee relationships are based on the protection of personal rights and liberties as well as on fundamental principles preventing any discrimination. Understanding and respecting creativity, innovation and world-class craftsmanship translates into ethically correct behaviors, promoting a fair relationship with all stakeholders and supporting the Company in terms of economic growth and credibility.
The ethical and behavioral principles are set out in the Code of Ethics of the Salvatore Ferragamo Group, as updated in 2016. Loyalty and fairness have always been key values in the corporate ethic of the entire Group. For this reason, in 2017, an Anti-Corruption Policy was adopted internally, with the goal to contrast every corruptive phenomenon independently from the context and the format. The Group has also implemented a whistleblowing system, i.e. a specific, confidential channel for reporting any potential situation of non-compliance with the Code of Ethics.
View Ferragamo Code of ethics