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Human Rights

Protection of Human Rights and
Compliance of Due Diligence

Protection of Human Rights and Compliance of Due Diligence

Hyundai Mobis Human Rights Principle

Hyundai Mobis respects and protects the human rights of all employees and related persons, and complies with global human rights regulations including labor laws of each nation, UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the practicing principles and core agreements of the International Labor Organization.

Human Rights Guidelines and Scope

Hyundai Mobis recognizes the responsibility to respect all universal human rights through the entire process of conducting work tasks and providing products and services. This principle applies not only to our company employees but also to our supply network, investor companies and overall business investment activities.

Human Rights Management Guidelines

Prohibition of Forced Labor

In accordance with the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the internal human rights protection policy, Hyundai Mobis prohibits any form of forced labor using mental and physical constraints, including slavery and human trafficking.

Prohibition of Child Labor

In accordance with the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the internal human rights protection policy, Hyundai Mobis prohibits any form of labor by those under 15 years of age.

Working Hours

Hyundai Mobis operates its business in compliance with the maximum working hours under local laws and regulations.

Wage

Hyundai Mobis operates its business in compliance with the minimum wage and overtime pay under local laws and regulations.

Prohibit Discrimination

Hyundai Mobis provides equal opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment. Under all circumstances, we support cultural and racial diversity at our workplaces, and do not discriminate based on race, gender, age, national origin, educational background, religion, marital status, political opinion, social status, physical disability or other considerations, and manages its human resource activity in accordance with local laws when it comes to employment, promotion, compensation, and disciplinary action.

Freedom of Association

Hyundai Mobis supports the freedom of choosing one’s job in accordance with the Core Convention of the International Labor Organization, and also supports the freedom of association and collective bargaining under local labor laws and regulations of the country or region where it operates its business, and do not treat anyone unfairly because of their membership with a labor union or formation.

Workplace Safety and Environment

Hyundai Mobis provides a safe work environment for all employees through design of a safe workplace, risk prevention process, work process in accordance with safety rules, supply of protective equipment and continuous safety training.

Human Rights Due Diligence Process

Universal Declaration of Human Rights, UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, OECD Due Diligence Guidance, Identify human rights risks, ( Checklist for compliance self-analysis by area Analysis of risks to legal compliance by region Stakeholder analysis (sustainability report)) - Analyze business management, Analyze the workplace ( Analyze potential human rights issues across the value chain / Labor: working hours management system , Ethics: handle reports on ethics violations and take action, Safety/environment: inspect 35 items related to safety and environment), Identify core human rights issues - Due diligence/evaluation/recovery measures

Universal Declaration of Human Rights, UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, OECD Due Diligence Guidance, Identify human rights risks, ( Checklist for compliance self-analysis by area Analysis of risks to legal compliance by region Stakeholder analysis (sustainability report)) - Analyze business management, Analyze the workplace ( Analyze potential human rights issues across the value chain / Labor: working hours management system , Ethics: handle reports on ethics violations and take action, Safety/environment: inspect 35 items related to safety and environment), Identify core human rights issues - Due diligence/evaluation/recovery measures

Human Rights Due Diligence Results

Hyundai Mobis conducted the following inspections relating to human rights issues in 2018.

Period: Jan. 1 – Dec. 31, 2018

Scope: Hyundai Mobis, supply chain and subsidiaries subject to consolidation

Employees

Employees
Classification Labor* Ethics** Safety/Health/Environment*** Remarks
Number of audits conducted 10,013 103 41,535  
Number of cases of violation 0 2 229  
Number of cases addressed 0 2 229  

 

*Working hours management system for all domestic employees

**Number of complaints and reports on ethics violations (Jan. 2018 – Dec. 2018), items subject to prohibition of discrimination

***Regular/Impromptu audits on 35 Safety/Environmental items (Jan. 2018 – Dec. 2018) 1 time/Month, 12 times/Year

Suppliers

Safety/environmental (fire, etc.) audits were carried out for 116 suppliers Improvement and corrective measures were taken for 51 suppliers

 

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