Personal development, quality of life, and opportunities for self-realization are at the forefront of our policy of social responsibility. Nothing is more important than people, their health (both physical and spiritual) ideas, goals and lives.
We are uniting all our separate social-responsibility projects at each subholding into a broad ecosystem of corporate commitments.
We freely state our goals and principles and hold ourselves accountable to society and the state in the work that we do.
Our commitments are inextricably linked to our business strategy, and they are subordinate to the interests of society through sustainable development and aimed at supporting the state in its national development goals.
We never deny opportunities to anyone based on gender, age, religious beliefs, culture, ethnicity, or politics.
Because it is not socially responsible to waste resources, we strive for efficiency, with a focus on lean management.
All of our projects have measurable results, but they cannot be measured by the resources spent on them.
We act with our conscience and ask others to do likewise. We do not tolerate formalism or imitation.
Everything we do is guided by common sense, and we are not afraid to revise any rules and regulations if they do not stand up to that scrutiny.
Relevance and adaptability
The reality we live in is liable to change at any moment, and we must always remain relevant.