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Prosegur response re allegations of abuse of workers’ freedom of association rights in South America

Author: Prosegur, Published on: 7 January 2014

Prosegur has acted and always acts respecting the legislation of every country in which it operates, as well as the right for free association. Compliance with legal regulations is not only an external requisite but also an internal obligation for the Company and its employees. Considering the differences in labour legislation between the countries in which Prosegur operates, labour relations are locally managed in a decentralized manner so as to attend existing particularities within each country. Prosegur acts in an ethical and respectful manner in the practice of all of its activities. In Prosegur we work hard every day to improve the working conditions of our employees and we respect the rights of all of our employees.

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This is a response from the following companies: Prosegur