Respect for Basic Human Rights
The most fundamental aspect of compliance is respect for basic human rights. Individual dignity is at the core of our innate human rights, and there can be no compliance if such rights are not respected and protected. Observing the following points will make our work environment better and is essential for truly enhancing productivity.
1. Respect and protection of human rights
We respect and protect basic human rights guaranteed by international declarations as well as national constitutions and judicial precedents, and we do not infringe on such rights.
2. Prohibition of discrimination
We respect one another as individuals and do not discriminate on the grounds of ethnicity or race; religious or political convictions or other beliefs; gender; regional or family background; disability; or age.
3. Prohibition of harassment
We do not speak or act in ways that degrade individual dignity based on issues such as gender, authority or position (sexual harassment or power harassment), nor do we engage in any other form of harassment.
4. Protection of privacy
We do not disclose information relating to individuals' private lives gained in the workplace or in the course of our duties without the clear consent of the individual concerned.
5. Respect and protection of basic labor rights
We respect and protect basic labor rights, including workers' rights to organize and bargain collectively, and we do not infringe on such basic labor rights.
6. Prohibition of forced labor / child labor
We do not take part in any form of forced labor or child labor.
7. Workplace health and safety
We comply with workplace health and safety laws as well as regulations designed to prevent workplace accidents. We ensure safe and healthy working conditions, promote the creation of comfortable work environments, and do not act in ways that conflict with these aims.