Human Rights Policy
As a member of the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA), CviLux adheres to internationally recognized human rights standards such as the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Labour Convention, and the International Labor Organization's 'Declaration of Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work'. CviLux also adopts standards consistent with the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) Code of Conduct, and strictly abides by the local laws and regulations of each base of operations, to protect the human rights of our employees.
CviLux has formulated internal management guidelines such as employee manuals, occupational safety and health manuals, measures to prevent sexual harassment, and has openly declared that we will protect employees' rights and ensure that our employees receive proper care. CviLux's human rights policy is explained as follows:
- To be inclusive and to provide equal work opportunities.
- To eliminate unlawful discrimination.
- To not hire child labor.
- To set reasonable working hours.
- To provide a healthy and safe workplace.
- To take employees' opinions and effective communication seriously.
CviLux upholds human rights policies. We do not hire child labor. Training content for newly hired employees touches on topics such as the prohibition of forced labor and anti-harassment. Fire safety training is provided to all employees twice a year, and emergency response courses and safety and health training are provided at least once a year. There is a suggestion box in the employee pantry that employees can use to convey their opinions to the company. Labor union members can also submit their opinions during labor-management meetings held each quarter.