AcadeMedia's core business values are based on the principle's courage, passion and trust. Diversity is encouraged and differences are seen as a resource. We are continually working on self-leadership, culture, and strengthening brand identity based on our core values. This promotes a shared culture that strengthens our work towards achieving the UN's global goals –, especially goal number four "Good education for all".
Whether someone is a student, adult education participant, a parent or carer or an employee, it is possible to rely on AcadeMedia to securely manage all personal data. More information about this is available on trygg.academedia.se, where we explain more about the personal data we process, why we do it and how we protect it. There you will also find:
AcadeMedia aims to counteract any form of corruption or bribes in all markets in which we operate. We do this, amongst other things, through clear regulations and policies that are monitored by the responsible staff and by covering these risks in internal training. Industries in which we consider risks to be significant include construction, cleaning and consulting services. One crucial way we counteract these risks is by signing framework agreements with suppliers in these industries. We continuously assess where significant risk of corruption or bribery could exist within the organisation.
Within the framework of the independent school agreement, AcadeMedia signed a collaboration contract with The Teachers' Association and The Swedish Teachers’ Union. The Teachers' Association has a National Department with 3.8 full-time positions and The Swedish Teachers’ Union a group of 4.6 positions within AcadeMedia. These positions are remunerated by AcadeMedia. Both associations also have spots in AcadeMedia's board of directors.
AcadeMedia conducts salary surveys annually. The results from these are reported in the annual report. Historically, the differences have been small.