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Human Right Policies

Kenda Rubber Industrial Co., Ltd. is committed to defending employees’ basic human rights, recognizing and supporting international human rights standards such as “The United Nations Global Compact (UNGC)", " Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) " and “the International Labor Organization's Declaration of Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work ". The actions reflect the enterprise group responsibility to respect and protect human rights, abide by the laws and regulations related to labor and gender equality of the company's location, and prevent any infringement and violations of human rights.

Kenda has established a human rights policy as follows to protect current employees and require suppliers to jointly abide by and safeguard human rights.

1. Diversity Inclusion and Ensuring Equal Job Opportunity

  • Incorporate respect for economic, social, cultural, civil and political rights and development into the company's operations.

  • Regardless of race, nationality, religion, gender, age, social class, physical disability, family and marital status, union membership employees, political affiliation, and differential treatment in terms of employment, remuneration, promotion, training, retirement and termination of employment.

  • Do not interfere with employees' rights to belief, political orientation, marriage and observance of various customs.

  • Assure the individual labor rights of marginalized groups such as Aboriginal people, women, migrant workers, contractors and disabled persons.

  • Eliminate unlawful discrimination and ensure equal job opportunities.

  • Adequate wages with legal deductions stated on payslip. 

2.Forbid forced labor and zero tolerance for child labor

  • Implement freedom of employment, without violence, coercion, detention or other illegal methods to force labor to work.

  • Be not withheld as liquidated damages or compensation costs, and employees retain the right to terminate the contract in accordance with the Labor Standards Act.

  • Applicants are required to provide age proof documents and those who are over the age of 15 but under the age of 16 will not be hired.

3. Set up a complaint channel to promote harmony between labor and management

  • In order to protect the rights and interests of employees, we provide multiple open dialogue channels, including anonymous reporting methods, to help employees solve problems.  When dealing with matters related to personal rights or unfair treatment at work, the opinions of colleagues are immediately dealt with, so that the entire workplace can achieve communication without barriers.

  • Create a communication-friendly environment and establish an open management system.

4. Safe and Healthy Workplace

  • Provide a safe and healthy working environment and establish preventive measures to prevent employees from accidents or affecting their health at work.

  • Support and assist employees to maintain physical and mental health and work-life balance, and provide a zero-harassment working environment.

5. Review and evaluate human rights systems and actions on a regular basis

The implementation of the human rights policy is as follows:

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