Labor Standards and Human Right
Labour standards and human rights refer to the ethical principles and legal frameworks adopted by the Group to protect workers’ rights and promote fair and just treatment of individuals in the workplace, including freedom from discrimination, exploitation, and abuse.
Why It Matters to Us
Without an ethical and reliable institutional framework and protection, people’s livelihoods aren’t guaranteed and are open to discrimination, exploitation, and harassment. We want to ensure that people that work with us can receive a fair return for their contribution and can continue to trust us as an organization and institution that serves the greater good of the golf industry and the public. We commit ourselves to uphold the latest labour law and human rights standards. We also want to ensure our entire supply chain comprises parties that uphold their stakeholders’ wellbeing. We can only achieve our business and sustainability goals with a solid ethical foundation that treats people fairly and kindly.
Upright Humanistic Commitments & Standards - Committed to zero incidents of unfair employment, labour law violations, harassment, child labour, or forced labour.
Policy & Governance - Establish policies to ensure clear governance and upholding of human rights and model labour standards.
Fair Treatment & Remuneration - Provide fair returns for employee’s contributions and uphold their livelihood and wellbeing.
- Anti-Sexual Harassment Policy
- Child & Forced Labour Policy
- Code of Conduct & Ethics (Employees)
- Code of Conduct & Ethics (Vendors)
Committed to zero incidents of unfair employment, labour law violations, harassment, child labour, or forced labour.
Compliance with the latest labour laws and standards, i.e., working hours and minimum pay
Providing fair wages and remunerations that adhere to the latest local labour laws
Established a board remuneration committee and remuneration policies for our directors and senior management.