Ethical Management is a management ethos that considers 'corporate ethics' as the top priority in corporate management and activities, and pursues transparent, fair and rational business practices.
Based on the corporate value statement, which is “KECC, a company of happy employees contributing to the world with the best technology”, KECC will grow into a “trusted and respected company” in a rapidly changing economy by pursuing its goal of transparent and sustainable management.
To this end, the Charter of Ethics and the Compliance and Ethical Management Regulations have been enacted as the principles for employees to observe in their work, and through various ethical activities and training, KECC is committed to fulfilling its social responsibilities to stakeholders by raising employees' ethical awareness.
The Office of Compliance is responsible for Ethical Management Practice, and its roles and responsibilities are as follows
To provide continuous guidance for the formation of corporate ethics values for employees
To review issues that may violate corporate ethics regulations
To receive reports on matters that violate corporate ethics, and provide consultation
To receive reports regarding violations of corporate ethics and inform the reporter of the results of their handing in writing.
We strive to enhance customer value by providing the best quality and service.
We protect shareholder value through rational decision-making and transparent management activities.
We respect the human rights of our employees and strive for fair treatment.
We practice win-win management for mutual growth by building trust with our business partners.
We work actively to address environmental issues, make a social contribution, and develop the local community to fulfill our social responsibilities.
We enhance corporate value by complying with laws and regulations with a sense of responsibility and making ethical management a daily practice.
To establish transparent ethical management, KECC operates a reporting system for unethical conduct.
If you report any unethical conduct related to an employee's practice, we will take proactive measures, and your identity as a reporter will be thoroughly protected.
In principle, complaints should be made using one’s real name. If this is unavoidable, it is possible to report anonymously. Use whichever method is most convenient for you, such as telephone, e-mail, mail, or visit.