Expanding towards our 70 years of existence, we have built a geographically diverse presence in over 40 countries. This unique position allows us to benefit from growth in emerging markets whilst maintaining solid positions in established enterprises around the world. An intrinsic factor in this success is the human element that has been at the forefront of our values and practices since day one.
Our long established family culture and values contribute to our uniqueness and continuous attraction of talented and highly qualified individuals from all nationalities. In formulating our culture, we combined international human rights principles with traditional family values thus providing an atmosphere of safety, stability, compassion and equal opportunity for our employees.
CCC embraces the ambitions and welfare of over 36,000 employees, composed of more than 60 nationalities, in almost every country in the Middle East, Africa, Europe, CIS countries, the Caribbean, Australia and Papua New Guinea.
EUROPEAN GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR)
The GDPR is considered the most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years. It impacts companies globally, not just in the European Union (EU). GDPR came into effect in May 2017 and gives every EU citizen the right to know and decide how their personal data is being used, stored, protected, transferred and deleted.
Respecting the privacy of employees and protecting their personal information is an important feature of privacy compliance under the GDPR. Also, privacy is a fundamental right essential to the well-being of every individual and therefore it is crucial that a reasonable level of privacy is ensured within the working environment. CCC Group needs to gather certain employee information. All the corporate procedures are designed to ensure compliance with the GDPR principles of fairness and transparency. Also, the CCC Data Protection Policy distributed throughout the Group explains how employee’s data are processed by the company.