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Norwegian's goal is to create a positive working environment and develop a sound corporate culture marked by openness, tolerance and high ethical standards. Norwegian wants to promote an environment free from any discrimination.

Norwegian’s success rests on the ability to maintain a workforce of highly skilled staff and leaders, who are motivated to contribute to Norwegian’s journey and to deliver on our vision. The goal is to offer unique opportunities to the people working for Norwegian as well as a corporate culture that helps us attracting and retaining the best people in the industry, regardless of where the business is located. Creating effective arenas for organizational learning and professional development at all levels of the organization is a goal, and guides us in our work with organizational development.

Code of Ethics

Norwegian’s corporate vision, values and operational priorities form the basis for the Group’s ethical guidelines. Norwegian’s Code of ethics provides guidelines and directions for a good working environment and highlights the Group’s guidelines for corporate and individual behavior, sound business principles, rights and duties, as well as safety for all, be it staff, customers or partners.

Norwegian supports the international human rights as outlined by the UN declaration and conventions. No one shall in any way cause or contribute to the violation or circumvention of human rights. Norwegian shall strive to be a professional and positive workplace with a respectful, open and including working environment. All people working for Norwegian shall behave with respect and integrity towards anyone they come into contact with through their work, contributing to create an environment free from any discrimination, be it due to religion, skin color, gender, sexual orientation, age, nationality, race or disability, and free from bullying, harassment or similar.

Everyone working for Norwegian have a joint responsibility to develop and maintain a good working environment and be aware of, updated on and compliant with the ethical guidelines. Any violations of the Codes of Ethics shall be reported to Norwegian’s Ethical Helpline.

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