We come from all over
Norðurál is an international workplace. We don’t discriminate on the grounds of sex, origin, religion or sexuality. A diverse workforce strengthens our operation and is a key ingredient in our outstanding results.
Human rights and equality policy: Norðurál emphasizes the equal rights of employees to careers, wages and rights, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, religion or origin. Norðurál is responsible for its activities and business with respect for human rights. Norðurál is committed to continuous reform and complies with human rights and equality laws and regulations.
Human rights and equality goals: Prevention of bullying, harassment and other violence. Promote gender equality. Equal pay for comparable jobs.
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Personal data protection regulations
At Norðurál, we do not discriminate on the basis of gender, origin, religion or sexual orientation. Diversity makes us stronger and helps us in our pursuit of excellence. We’re committed to equal opportunity in our hiring and career development practices, and to equal compensation and benefits for comparable contribution to our operations. Norðurál conducts its business activities in a framework of respect for human rights and in full compliance with applicable laws and regulations on equal rights and protections.
Training and Career Development
The employees of Norðurál have various opportunities to educate themselves further and develop their careers. The need for training and career developments is assessed every year in accordance with the ambition and competence of the individual and the needs of the company. Promising employees are encouraged to seek further development and training.
Norðurál’s School of Heavy Industry
Norðurál has operated a School of Heavy Industry since 2012. The purpose of the school is to help our employees increase their skills, knowledge and understanding of the main processes in producing aluminum in a safe and efficient manner, in order to make them more satisfied and confident in their work.
The Employee Association STNA
Norðurál’s Employee Association, STNA, manages social work and organizes entertainments, travel, education and other events.
The association oversees Christmas preparations, annual and summer festivals and supports the activities of various independent staff members — fishing company, golf club and football club.