Ethical management refers to upholding values to be observed in relations with all stakeholders including stockholders, customers, partners, employees, local communities and the environment, in all management activities and to adhere to corporate ethics as the principle of action with an active and independent mindset.
In other words, since a top priority is placed on “ethics” in company management and corporate activities, the company administers all operations through a process of transparent ethical management.
A company practicing ethical management acknowledges not only its economic and legal liabilities, but also the ethical responsibilities that are expected as a social norm and a fundamental obligation. Therefore, even without economic or legal liabilities, ethical management opts for ethical standards required by society in conformance with social norms.
To establish ethical standards for employees so that they can effectively manage customers and build solid business relations with partnering companies.
Hanwha Galleria establishes and enforces all ethical codes of conduct and rewards any exemplary acts that comply with the set ethical standards. However, disciplinary measures are taken for acts that run contrary to the ethical standards.
Ethical standards are established and enforced in line with the company’s management policy to “become a well-respected company.” Hanwha Galleria aims to grow into an exemplary company of fair management that contributes to society and the nation by establishing strong business relationships with its partners and ultimately bring satisfaction to and win the trust of all its consumers.