We make social contributions in various fields including social enterprises,
education, regional co-growth and the environment.
SK considers maximizing the happiness of its stakeholders as its business value, which implies that all business activities have the ultimate aim of happiness.
SK innovation (“SKI”) exercises its best care so that there may be no human rights violations in its conduct of business or business relations. To fulfill its social responsibilities and duties as a corporate citizen, SKI joined UNGC (United Nations Global Compact) in October 2007, a global sustainable management initiative, and proclaims its support of the 10 principles in the four sectors of human rights, labor, the environment, and anti-corruption. Thus, SKI endeavors to formulate talent recruitment and training strategies, safety, health and environment (SHE) policies, and ethics norms and thereby strictly comply with the principle of human rights protection in its business activities.
SKI conducted its 2016 Human Rights Audit as follows.
1) Year of Audit: 2016
2) Scope of Audit: SKI & all of its affiliates
|Classification||Labor||Ethics||SHE(Health, safety & environment)||Total||Remarks|
|No. of cases investigated||6,124||6,124||6,124||6,124
|No. of employees of SKI & its affiliates (2016)|
|No. of findings||6||3||3||12
|No. of disciplinary actions|
|No. of actions taken||3||1||3||7
* 2016 performance of compliance support & management system (concerning labor)
ㆍ Addressed Labor management self-diagnosis for 110 supply chain-related business partners
ㆍ Conducted examination to verify system operation compliance with SHE for 39 business partners
→ All business partners were determined to be suitable for joint KOSHA/OHSAS 18001 certification
SKI and all of its affiliates investigated human rights violation concerning forced labor, child labor, youth labor, working hours, wage, non-discrimination, freedom of association and workplace safety & environment for 2016, and there was no violation.