Human Rights Management System
Encourage win-win growth with the ultimate respect for each other.
Human Rights Policy
In April 2021, we joined the international sustainability management initiative of the UNGC to endorse its 10 principles in the four areas of human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption.
We also ensure that we abide by all labor principles recommended by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, and ILO conventions ratified by the Korean government.
In addition to our human rights management declaration, we specified provisions on maternity protection and the prohibition of workplace harassment in Chapter 3 of our rules of employment. Strive to provide fair opportunities while respecting diverse backgrounds and values.
Human Rights Management Principles
- Respecting Human Rights
- Non discrimination
- Prohibition of Forced
& Child Labor
- Responsible Supply
- Compliance with
- Protection of Community Rights
- Protection of Environmental Rights
- Protection of Stakeholder Information
- Health and Safety
Human Rights Management System
We focused on establishing our human rights management system and publicized our human rights management declaration in May 2021.
Centered around the group-level Human Rights Management Committee, we created the Sustainability Management Committee,
working-level councils, and stipulated our human rights management guidelines.
To advance human rights management, we also appointed human rights officers and adopted key human rights indicators.
We have also conducted human rights impact assessments and evaluated the effectiveness of our grievance mechanisms across
all our operations.
- Consumer protection and employee data privacy
- Establishment of a human rights management system
- Prohibition of employment-related discrimination
- Guarantee of freedom of association and collective bargaining
- Guarantee environmental rights
- Prohibition of forced labor
- Protection of human rights for stakeholders
- Responsible supply chain management
- Protection of occupational safety
- Prohibition of child labor
Human Rights Risk Management
In the event that whistleblowers report human rights violations, we establish their factual grounds with our legal affairs team in accordance with the set procedures,
and convene the disciplinary committee to decide on and implement disciplinary actions.
Separate processes and standards are being developed to ensure that whistleblowers and victims do not suffer any identity
exposure or HR-related disadvantages in the investigation process.
We operate grievance mechanisms to allow our employees to report their grievances concerning any issues that may develop
into risk factors to human rights management.
Whistleblowers and victims may submit their grievances through a wide array of modes - online, e-mail, phone, or interview - with
full confidentiality, and check on handling results through the Online Report Center.
- Workplace harassment
- Sexual harassment
- Other ethical issues