At Hankook Tire, we recognize the vast potential of all employees and are making strong efforts to maximize their potential. Through quality training programs and an impartial personnel system, we are creating a happy workplace where employees feel their potential is being recognized.
Corporate responsibility for respecting human rights has become norms and standards globally, not to mention the growing interest and expectation of stakeholders. As human rights management is emerging as a key issue, companies are further required for transparent and responsible corporate practices.
Risk & Opportunities
Failures in respecting employees’ human rights or communicating with them will bring about the outflow of human resources, the key element of corporate growth, and negative impacts on corporate reputation. On the other hand, successful establishment of human rights management and competence development through open communication and fair HR system will become the driving force of sustainable growth.
Since the declaration of human rights management in 2015, we have built a foundation for human rights management system through diagnosing the status of human rights. Going forward, identifying relevant issues at home and abroad and setting up effective grievance process will be promoted by fostering facilitators at each headquarters. We will also endeavor to raise employees’ awareness of human rights by improving human rights training materials.
• Chaired by: Human Resource Division Director
• Supervised by: Human Resource Management Team
• Members: Human Resource Planning Team, Human Resource Development Team, Communications Team, Proactive Culture Team, DP)KP)Human Resource Operations & Education Team, Culture Planning Team, DP)KP)Labor Relations Team, Culture Communications Team, R&D Human Resource Team, Production & Engineering Corporate Management Team
Plans & Outlooks
To protect the human rights of our employees, Hankook Tire is focusing on settling human rights management system and consolidating the due diligence of human rights. We will extend the scope of human rights management to our suppliers and entire supply chain. In addition, we will increase the employment of the disabled and the ratio of female managers for the advancement of employee diversity in the long term.