Ethics Line

Unlawful or unethical behaviour is unacceptable to us. In an effort to effectively prevent and detect it, we have created an internal whistleblowing system - an ethics hotline based on anonymity, confidentiality and impartiality in the assessment of each report.
Internal notification system

CSG AEROSPACE's anti-corruption programme is implemented in cooperation with the Czech branch of Transparency International and implements to the maximum extent possible the requirements of the Defence Companies Anti-Corruption Index project established by Transparency International in the UK.

In order to create a unified information channel for reporting unethical, corrupt, illegal, work safety or environmental conduct, CSG AEROSPACE has established the ET-LINK ethics line, where anyone can report the above-mentioned conduct by sending a complaint to

CSG Aerospace clearly prefers that complaints are not anonymous, as anonymous complaints are in themselves a risk of unethical behaviour and misuse of the Ethics Line. However, no one is prevented from making a complaint anonymously. The recipient of the complaint is the CSG Aerospace HR Director who, if the complaint is made by email, will acknowledge receipt to the sender and inform the sender within 14 days of how the complaint has been dealt with or what stage it is at. Once the complaint has been resolved, it shall inform the sender of the outcome.

CSG Aerospace declares that it appreciates and encourages reasonable complaints to the Ethics Hotline. This does not, of course, apply to false complaints or complaints intended to unfairly defame another person or company. Such a suggestion in itself constitutes a violation of CSG Aerospace's Code of Ethics and Anti-Corruption Program, with all the consequences that entails.

Unethical behaviour

Definitions and forms of unethical behaviour

Unethical behaviour is that which violates both the ethical code of society and the general idea of morally correct behaviour. You can contact ET-LINK management with any problem that threatens you, your work, your colleagues, your superiors or the overall running of the company.
  • direct violation of the laws of the Czech Republic
  • suspicion of corruption
  • psychological or physical bullying by other employees
  • bossing, ignoring, punishment
  • sexual harassment
  • pressure on work performance through threats
  • violation of personal safety
  • workplace safety violations
  • wasteful and non-ecological behaviour
  • spreading rumours and false information, intrigue
  • dissemination of confidential information
  • labour law matters (pay equity, working time, promotions, allowances, secondments)
  • Actions deliberately intended to damage the reputation of the Group or the Company
  • breaches of competition rules
  • embezzlement, misappropriation of colleagues' ideas
  • theft of company or private property
  • abuse of authority
  • misuse of company property
  • financial fraud
  • contract forgery
  • accepting bribes