Introduction to Ethical Management

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Social Responsibility

Ethical development stage of enterprise

Ethical Management Practice Structure (3C)

Classification Ethical behavior standards Establishment of organization and a system for promotion Forming consensus for members for corporate culture
Component Code of Ethics Compliance Check Organization Consensus by Ethic Education
Purpose Providing specific and codified guidelines for members that serve as a basis for business ethics Organization and various systems to realize ethical management Forming consensus among members through daily education
Execution Code of Ethics / Practice Guidelines, Integrity Contract System, Guidelines for Ethical Management Ethics Management Steering Committee, Internal whistle-blower system, Whistleblower protection system Education and in-company promotion program

Pursuing ethical management value through DOPCO’s corporate culture

  • Ethics management and compliance management are considered priorities in all management activities and decision making, and they are the essential elements to be followed and are the minimum principles that members should observe.
  • Members must always clearly distinguish the public from the private, and should conduct their business fairly and transparently.
  • To comply with all laws and regulations related to management activities and not to violate them, we must fully understand and actively implement the related matters so as not to cause financial loss or external image loss of the company.
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