Policy on Equal Employment Opportunity, Standards of Conduct, Immigration Law Compliance
AeroNavData is an equal opportunity employer. Our commitment to providing equal opportunity to all is a primary consideration in the successful operation of our business. Through fair and equal treatment of everyone, we pledge to continue protecting the interests of our staff, teammates, customers, and partners.
Equal Employment Opportunity
AeroNavData steadfastly supports the principle and philosophy of equal opportunity for all individuals, regardless of age, race, gender, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other protected category pursuant to applicable federal, state or local law. We are an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities.
If you would like more information about the EEO rights as an applicant under the law, please click on these links to download the Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law information and the “EEO is the Law” Supplement.
AeroNavData is committed to maintaining a work environment that nourishes respect for the dignity of each individual. It is against the policies of AeroNavData for an employee to harass another person because of the person’s sex, race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, and all other characteristics protected by law.
Standards of Conduct
AeroNavData expects that all employees conduct themselves in a professional and ethical manner. An employee should not conduct business that is unethical in any way, nor should an employee influence other employees to act unethically. Any behavior or actions that are inappropriate, illegal, problematic, or in any way inhibit or affect job performance or the AeroNavData work environment will not be accepted.
Immigration Law Compliance
AeroNavData can only hire citizens of the United States or a non-citizen that is authorized to work in the U.S under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. As a condition of employment, all new and current employees must show valid proof that they are eligible to work in the United States.