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VIA BONA SLOVAKIA 2015

Excellent Employer: Ares (honourable mention)

The Ares company is longest-operating company in Slovakia for removing architectural barriers and also one of the oldest sheltered workshops employing disabled people.

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They participate directly in developing and producing devices helping the disabled to return to active life. They were the first in Slovakia to produce lift platforms for the immobile.

They combine the skills of designers and technicians with the experience of disabled workers and managed to create a workplace where they work side by side.

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Since its establishment, Ares has tried to influence their employees and instruct them that only correct handling of clients and suppliers can bring success. In relations with sub-suppliers, they build on long-term relations, which results in mutual trust. 

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Topic: Corporate Responsibility


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