The models used by Kojamo to combat grey economy exceed legislative requirements in many respects. We continuously monitor the fulfilment of contractor obligations for all companies in our supplier network (maintenance, repairs, and construction) through the Reliable Partner service at the tilaajavastuu.fi website.
We comply in our procurement with the obligations of the Contractor’s Obligations Act, and any party in our procurement chain or in a permanent business relationship with us must also commit to compliance with the Act, as well as the other components of our ethical code.
We require that all parties in the procurement chain that are involved in renovation, new development and property maintenance abide by regulations concerning work safety, are members of the tilaajavastuu.fi register, take care of their statutory social obligations, and commit to achieving the Group’s environmental objectives. We do not accept the use of illegal labour in our procurement chain.
Kojamo is a significant taxpayer
Kojamo is a significant taxpayer that pays all of its taxes to Finland. Our employment effect extends beyond our own operations to construction, renovation, property maintenance and cleaning partnerships, among other things. As part of creating a good customer experience, we maintain good relationships with residents and look after our apartments and buildings.
Working against the grey economy is an important aspect of Kojamo’s risk management. The anti-grey economy models used by Kojamo exceed the legislative requirements in many respects.
Page updated 4 March 2021