Mando Corporation (hereinafter “Mando”) contributes to the welfare of both customers and humanity by creating products and services with human resources and technologies utilized in an ethical manner, under the vision of making a safer, greener, and easier tomorrow. Based on such belief, Mando respects the rights of all stakeholders to pursue human dignity, value, and happiness, and seeks to achieve shared growth with customers, employees, shareholders, investors, partners, and communities. To proactively implement socially responsible activities, Mando has joined the UNGC (United Nations Global Compact), a global sustainability management initiative, in April 2021, and declared support for the 10 principles in 4 areas of human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption. This Human Rights Declaration serves as the values guiding Mando to prosper with stakeholders and pursue sustainable development based on its respect for human rights.
Mando continuously strives to abide by the national and regional labor laws as well as customer requirements, and complies with all nationally ratified labor principles recommended by the UDHR, UNGPs, and ILO. Mando conducts human rights due diligence to implement these principles. The purpose of human rights due diligence is to identify, prevent, mitigate the negative impacts of business activities on human rights, and refers to a series of procedures: (i) assessing the actual and potential impacts of business activities on human rights, (ii) reflecting such assessment results in business activities, and (iii) continuously monitoring and disclosing whether the results of such assessment are gaining performance. In addition to the human rights due diligence, Mando also prepares grievance mechanisms and remedial procedures to minimize the adverse effects on human rights which have already occurred.
The stakeholders subject to this Human Rights Declaration include members of Mando and all parties that has business transactions with Mando. In accordance with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, when this Human Rights Declaration contradicts with the nation’s local laws and regulations, Mando will conform to the more rigorous standards, and when the nation’s local laws and regulations contradict with the international human rights standards, Mando will pursue to respect the international human rights standards that are internationally acknowledged and at the same time, respect the nation’s local laws and regulations. This Human Rights Declaration will be regularly reviewed for the need for revision, and can be amended to reflect the nation’s local laws and regulations and/or the characteristics of the industry.