• Our Community
    Our Community
    You call it business, we call it family. COPAN is not only about numbers, it has got a heart. Since ever, the company has preserved a distinguished feature of low turnover as all of COPAN’s early employees are still working on its behalf. In so doing, the company makes every effort to create a nurturing and supportive company-wide atmosphere. From day care and yoga classes to a Japanese-style meditation garden and free English classes, we want to make sure that the individuals we are lucky enough to employ, wear their best smiles before coming to work every single day.
  • Employee Well-Being
    Employee
    Well-Being
    We spend the vast majority of our day at work –although COPAN is fully aware that employees have a life outside of the office or lab. That is why we strive to provide a well-rounded working environment to all employees granting their expertise, knowledge and enthusiasm to the company. Parents can take advantage of the Peter Pan Centre – a subsidized day care located right on Futura Science Park campus. Recognizing that exercise is essential to our well-being, we provide free gym memberships and complimentary yoga classes. Employees can enjoy healthy low-cost meals in the company’s onsite cafeteria as well. And for those interested in improving their language skills, free English courses are offered.
  • Ethical Code
    Ethical Code
    COPAN pledges to develop and spread a new value-based approach in the working world through a way of thinking and acting rendered into everyday ethical behaviour. Company’s responsibility transcends the boundaries of the production environment and aspires to satisfy personal needs and requirements relating to stakeholders’ private lives. COPAN is also committed the development of high quality products serving and improving public health. Additionally the company safeguards the natural environment, promoting the physical and mental health of its workers and guaranteeing them a safe, comfortable and stimulating workplace. WHY A CODE OF ETHICS?