KORG Berlin

Code of Ethics

At KORG Berlin, we strongly believe that respectful collaboration is a key factor for achieving both our personal and business goals. This includes collaboration within the team, with partners, and the planet. All underlying Codes of Ethics apply to our decisions and actions in our everyday working lives and beyond.


We value working with people from all walks of life, regardless of one’s: gender, age, ethnic background or nationality, disability, religion and political beliefs, education, sexual orientation, mental and physical ability. We embrace the differences and uniqueness of each individual who passes through our physical or digital doors. All people will be treated with respect, courtesy, and fairness. We deeply care about the feelings and perspectives of each individual.


Direct or indirect discrimination and harassment through verbal, emotional, sexual, or physical means (e.g. bullying, abuse of power, sexual aggression, physical violence or favouritism) will under no circumstances be tolerated. Should any cases of discrimination or harassment occur, we are strongly committed to addressing, acting, and drawing consequences for each situation presented. To do so, this may mean we need your help and cooperation. Victimisation of any persons who come forward will not be accepted. We always believe the account of the victim(s) and stand with them in solidarity.


Towards our team and in our business relationships we are straightforward, transparent, and honest. We address criticism and differences of opinion and handle them constructively, hoping to foster an environment in which we all feel comfortable speaking up. Every employee is required to respect the confidentiality and personal privacy of each team member, as well as the work conducted in the office.


At KORG Berlin, we recognize our ethical obligation to planet earth and all its living creatures, for now and for future generations. We aim to associate with partners that share the same principles, select suppliers with responsible supply chains, and constantly strive to improve our socio-ethical and environmental processes and perspectives.


Berlin, in April 2023