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Employee Code of Conduct

Chemtronics fosters an ethical corporate culture
by respecting the laws and ethics.

Employee Code of Conduct

Employee Mutual Ethics
  • Forming factions or engaging in discrimination based on one’s educational attainment, gender, religion, kinship, hometown, etc. is prohibited.
  • Improper solicitation, money trading, and bribery are prohibited among employees.
    However, inexpensive gifts (up to KRW 50,000) for socially acceptable occasions such as birthday, family occasions, etc. are allowed.
Company Property Protection and Security Maintenance
  • Employees should not trade any property rights including stocks using confidential information of the Company, clients, or subcontractors learned during the period of service.
  • Employees should maintain confidentiality and take control of information, planning data, etc. on the company’s sales, finance, personnel, or technology (including information obtained from other companies during the period of service) and must refrain from disclosing or leaking them to the outside or a third party without prior approval or permission following the stipulated plan and procedures of the company.
Prohibition of Unethical Conduct toward
Subcontractors
  • Employees should not accept money and valuables (including vouchers), reception (including treat to a meal), conveniences, or gifts from external stakeholders.
    However, socially acceptable reception or offering of conveniences (up to KRW 30,000 per person) or gifts (up to KRW 50,000 per person) are allowed.
  • Valuables and marketable securities are not gifts, so employees must not accept them regardless of occasion.
  • Employees should neither benefit from the vicarious payment of their card bill, credit bill, loans, etc. by external stakeholders nor receive any profits in property, such as movable assets, real estate, marketable securities, business rights, and membership from them.
  • Employees should not be involved in any economic transactions, including cash loan, sales and purchase, and lease, with external stakeholders.
  • Employees should not be offered security (including surety) by external stakeholders.
Voluntary Report
  • Any employee receiving valuables, reception, conveniences, or gifts exceeding the aforementioned criteria should report to the ethics management department within two days.