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Bayer Nordic is a Nordic country group in the international Bayer Group. Bayer Nordic includes Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway and Iceland as well as the Baltic countries Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Bayer Nordic was founded in 1992 and has over the years developed into one of the most progressive country groups within the Bayer Group. Today, Bayer Nordic consists of seven independent companies: Bayer A/S in Denmark, Bayer AB in Sweden, Bayer AS in Norway, Bayer Oy in Finland, UAB Bayer in Lithuania, Bayer ÖU in Estonia and SIA Bayer in Latvia.
The Nordic headquarters are situated in Espoo, close to Helsinki in Finland. Furthermore, Bayer Nordic has offices in Copenhagen (Denmark), Stockholm, Gothenburg and Staffanstorp (Sweden) and in Skøyen/Oslo (Norway). In the Baltic countries Bayer Nordic has offices in Vilnius (Lithuania), Riga (Latvia) and Tallinn (Estonia).
The production plant in Turku (Finland) is one of the global pharmaceutical supply centers of the Bayer Group. The Finnish production site focuses on research and development, production and export of prescription medicine to over 100 countries.
Bayer is a global chemical and pharmaceutical company with core competencies in the fields of health care and agriculture. The company's products and services are designed to benefit people and improve their quality of life. At the same time Bayer creates value through innovation, growth and high earning power. The Group is committed to the principles of sustainable development and to its role as a socially and ethically responsible corporate citizen. Economy, ecology and social responsibility are corporate policy objectives of equal rank. Bayer has it´s headquarters in Leverkusen, Germany.
Bayer pursues a value-based and sustainable human resources policy that combines social responsibility with a performance-oriented corporate culture. This human resources strategy is based on the Bayer Group’s values and leadership principles, which were introduced and implemented in 2010 under the acronym “LIFE” – which stands for Leadership, Integrity, Flexibility and Efficiency.
One of the measures adopted to strengthen the Leadership component of LIFE and promote performance orientation is an innovative training program we developed in 2011. This supports our managers in providing regular, constructive feedback on their employees’ work and conduct.
The goal is to establish a true feedback culture throughout the enterprise that promotes individual strengths, addresses existing development areas and thus enhances personal and professional growth over the long term.
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