Sustainability

LG Hausys’ Global Human Rights & Labor Policy

Under the corporate management principle, “People-Oriented Management”, LG Hausys fulfills its basic responsibility to uphold human rights and the right for freedom and happiness. LG Hausys supports the international standards including Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Human Rights and Labor Principles of UN Global Compact(UNGC), UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights(UNGP), International Labor Organization(ILO), and is in compliance with the laws of the countries we operate in. LG Hausys applies the policy on all overseas business sites, and also constantly monitors and reduces any risks regarding to human rights. Furthermore, LG Hausys shares the policy with our stakeholders including employees, customers and suppliers and contributes to improving and expanding their awareness of the policy.

Respect for Human Dignity LG Hausys respects all employees and strives to create secure working environment by prohibiting workplace violence, including abusive language, psychological or physical coercion, etc.
Avoidance of Forced Labor LG Hausys prohibits all forms of involuntary labor, including forced labor and restriction of psychological and physical freedom of employees. Original copy of identification, passport, and work permits is not requested upon hiring
Prohibition of Child Labor LG Hausys complies with the local labor laws on minimum age of employment and prohibits the child labor below the age of 16. Employees under the age of 18 will not be permitted to tasks that jeopardize their health or safety, including night shifts and overtime.
Non-Discrimination Policy LG Hausys provides equal opportunities for hiring, promoting, remunerating, and training. We strictly prohibit all forms of discrimination including gender, age, race, religion, disability, marital status, pregnancy, labor union activities, and social status.
Working Hours LG Hausys complies with local laws on working hours(regular/overtime hours, holidays) and shall not force employees to work overtime. Employees are to be paid based on labor laws when working overtime.
Wages and Benefits All employees are to be paid above minimum wage prescribed by local laws.
Freedom of Association LG Hausys respects the employee’s freedom of association and collective bargaining in accordance with local labor laws. Employees can communicate with management regarding their working conditions without any fear of discrimination or retaliation. Employees will not be disadvantaged for joining, participating, or organizing labor unions.