Oneness Biotech protects the basic human rights of all employees, customers and stakeholders. We follow the “United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights”, the “United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights”, the “United Nations Global Compact” and the “ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work”, respect internationally recognized basic human rights, abide by the labor laws and regulations of the place of operation, and formulate human rights policies and specific management plans.
Oneness Biotech thinks protecting human rights as an important foundation of sustainable business. In order to create a happy enterprise, all stages of our operations take into account human rights issues and emphasize the importance of the management of related risks.
Human rights policies and management approaches
|Diversity and Equality|
|Prohibition of Human Trafficking, Forced Labor and Child Labor|
|Providing Fair Salary and Working Conditions|
|Providing a Safe and Healthy Workplace|
|Freedom of Association|
Measures of Sexual Harassment Prevention, Complaint, and Punishment
To protect gender equality and prevent employees from sexual harassment in the workplace, the Company not only formulated the "Measures of Sexual Harassment Prevention, Complaint and Punishment", but also established a hotline and an email account for sexual harassment complaint in order to take necessary action in a timely manner.
There was no event for sexual harassment in 2022.
▍Hotline: 02-2703-1098 ext. 172
Communication Feedback and Complaints Channel
The Company appreciates opinions and ideas from different parties, and provides open and transparent communication channels. We have established a hotline and email for complaints, hold labor-management meetings quarterly and conduct interviews with new employees at end of probation or employees who intend to leave. The employees are free to report various issues regarding the organizational system and working environment. No complaints were reported in 2021. An online platform has been established on our website to allow investors, customers, employees, suppliers, communities, and the press to express opinions. In “Investor FAQs”, all communication and feedback since 2020 are disclosed in detail by date and category as part of our commitment to transparency and respecting the views of our various stakeholders. The Company upholds the core culture of constant advancement and ongoing improvement.
▍Complaint Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Human Rights Due Diligence
We refer to relevant international standards and practices to conduct the Company's human rights due diligence through the process of identifying potential human rights risk objects and issues, identifying responsible parties, and reviewing the Company's current implementation of relevant measures to reduce human rights risks. This year, employees are our main focus of human rights.
People Under Potential Human Rights Risk: Employees
People Under Potential Human Rights Risk: Non-employees and Contractors
※The above content is taken from the ESG Report