Governing document

Description of SkiStar's governing documents

For more information on internal and external regulations that affect SkiStar's operations and governance, refererence is made to the Corporate Governance Reports.

All policies and other governing documents are available for all employees on the intranet SkiStar Hub. The governing documents deemed to be of most external relevance are also available below.

Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

SkiStar continuously meets the outside world in the form of, among other things, guests, suppliers and partners. The purpose of SkiStar's Code of Conduct is to gather the guidelines and values that form the basis for how we expect employees, partners, elected representatives and business partners to act towards each other and the outside world, and to provide support in daily work.

Sustainability Policy

Sustainability Policy

Sustainability and responsible business are of utmost priority for SkiStar. This is fundamental to building a company that is well equipped to take on future challenges and opportunities in a rapidly changing world. Therefore, we have developed long-term goals in line with Agenda 2030 and the Paris Agreement. In order to ensure a common endeavour in the work ahead and in order to reduce the exposure to identified risks linked to sustainability, this policy clarifies SkiStar’s overall view of the group’s sustainability issues and responsibilities.

Supplier and Partner Code of Conduct

Supplier and Partner Code of Conduct

SkiStar’s Supplier and Partner Code of Conduct applies to all suppliers and partners of the company. These are expected to act on the basis of provisions in this Code of Conduct. The supplier/partner shall in its agreements with subcontractors transfer these obligations to its subcontractors. In the event of any deviations from the Code of Conduct, SkiStar will take measures which, if correction is not possible or not taken, may mean that the supplier's business relationship with SkiStar is terminated.

Diversity Policy

Diversity Policy

This policy has been adopted to ensure that SkiStar has employees with the right competence and to ensure that SkiStar's employees have the opportunity for relevant further training by promoting equal development opportunities within the company. SkiStar shall be an employer where people with different backgrounds, abilities and experiences work together and have an open and affirmative culture where everyone is treated equally regardless of age, gender, transgender identity or expression, ethnicity, religion, political views, functional variation or sexual orientation.

Quality Directive

Quality Directive

This directive is intended to be a benchmark, both for management and all employees, in the daily work of creating memorable mountain experiences, developing sustainable destinations, offering accommodation, activities, products and services of the highest quality with our guests in focus.