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Human Rights

Protection of Human Rights and
Compliance of Due Diligence

Protection of Human Rights and Compliance of Due Diligence

Purpose of Establishing the Policy for Human Rights

In order to have Hyundai Mobis proactively support human rights, prevent human rights violations following the operation of the business simultaneously and moderate pertinent risk, Hyundai Mobis hereby proclaims the Policy for Human Rights. For human rights management, Hyundai Mobis is committed to complying with a wide range of recognized human rights/labor-related international standards and guidelines, such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and International Labor Organization Constitution, and OECD Due Diligence Guidance for responsible Business Conduct, among others.

Scope of Application of the Policy for Human Rights

This Human Rights Policy applies to all executives and employees (including those working in irregular positions) of Hyundai Mobis, including production and sales corporate bodies at home and abroad, subsidiaries, second-tier subsidiaries, and joint ventures. In addition, executives and employees of Hyundai Mobis follow this Policy for Human Rights when collaborating with suppliers, sales and service organizations, and furthermore, we recommend that all stakeholders under the transaction relations respect this Policy for Human Rights. In the event that the matters handled under this Policy for Human Rights contradict the laws and regulations of the local state, the local laws and regulations are complied with first, and with the exception of cases of having special provisions in the laws of local states, articles of incorporation or company regulations of organization, and so forth the works are carried out in accordance with this Policy for Human Rights of Hyundai Mobis.

Human Rights Risk Management System

Hyundai Mobis should establish an internal system required for implementing the human rights management in accordance with this Policy for Human Rights for respecting the human rights of all officers and employees and relieves the ensuing risk, and the human rights risk is regularly evaluated and improved, sufficiently sharing the result with stakeholders. The organization in charge of human rights management for Hyundai Mobis carries out the management system of human rights risk following the principle of good faith and due diligence, and reviews the human rights management procedure on a regular basis, actively reflecting social change to revise the management system.

Establishment and Declaration of Human Rights -> Establishment/Performance of the Human Rights Management System -> Check and Evaluation of Human Rights Risks -> Improvement Support for Human Rights Risks -> Disclosure of the Status for the Human Rights Management Record

Establishment and Declaration of Human Rights -> Establishment/Performance of the Human Rights Management System -> Check and Evaluation of Human Rights Risks -> Improvement Support for Human Rights Risks -> Disclosure of the Status for the Human Rights Management Record

BASIC PRINCIPLE

Article 1 Prohibition of Discrimination

Hyundai Mobis does not discriminate against anyone in the aspect of employment, promotion, education, wage, welfare, etc. on the ground of gender, race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, disability, age, family status, social status, and political opinion for all officers and employees and it structures the organizational culture to respect the diversity of officers and employees.

Article 2 Compliance with Working Conditions

Hyundai Mobis complies with the legal work hours for each country where it engages in business and it pays all officers and employees reasonable wages for the work together with the wage statement. In addition, it provides a work environment appropriate for the performance of duties and sufficient opportunity of education for developing the competency of and improving the quality of life for all officers and employees.

Article 3 Humane Treatment

Hyundai Mobis respects the privacy of officers and employees and fully protects personal information and it does not abuse, mentally or physically, or adversely treat any officer or employee.

Article 4 Guarantee of the Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining

Hyundai Mobis respects the labor relations laws of the country where this Policy for Human Rights is applied to provide sufficient opportunity for communication with all officers and employees.

Article 5 Prohibition of Forced Labor and Child Labor

Hyundai Mobis does not engage in any act of violence, threat, false imprisonment or the like against any officer or employee and it does not coerce any work against the free will by the method of demanding a personal ID or company ID. In addition, child labor is prohibited in principle and the company takes measures so that minors’ opportunity for education will not be restricted due to their work.

Article 6 Guarantee of Industrial Safety

Hyundai Mobis regularly inspects the facilities, equipment, tools and others of the business premises for all officers and employees to work in a safe work environment and prepares the support plan for post management and appropriate measures for the purpose of preventing physical and mental hazards.

Article 7 Protection of the Human Rights of Local Residents

All officers and employees of Hyundai Mobis are cautioned not to interfere with the human rights of the local residents when carrying out their work. Moreover, the rights to safety and health for local residents, and freedom of residence are protected.

Article 8 Protection of the Human Rights for Customers

All officers and employees of Hyundai Mobis must make it their highest priority to protect the life, health and property of customers when providing products and services, and must make their best endeavors to protect the personal information collected from management activities.

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 2019.

Period: Jan. 1 – Dec. 31, 2019

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

Employees

Employees
Classification Labor* Ethics** Safety/Health/Environment*** Remarks
Number of audits conducted 10,406 64 36,270  
Number of cases of violation 0 2 739  
Number of cases addressed 0 2 739  

 

*Working hours management system for all domestic employees

**Number of complaints and reports on ethics violations (Jan. 2019 – Dec. 2019), items subject to prohibition of discrimination

***Regular/Impromptu audits on 35 Safety/Environmental items (Jan. 2019 – Dec. 2019) 1 time/Month, 12 times/Year

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