LION KOREA is a pioneer that leads a healthy and pleasant lifestyle.
We, the Lion Group, shall, in addition to being an economic entity designated to pursue profits through fair competition, act as a social entity that contributes to society at large. We shall respect human rights and conduct ourselves with initiative in a socially responsible manner toward the creation of a sustainable society, observing both the spirit as well as the letter of all applicable laws and international rules and not harming the public interest, both in Japan and abroad, in accordance with the following 10 principles.
LION Group has been evaluated as highly trusted company in virtue of hard work of employees and that trust has been the driving force for the social development. We are to newly stipulate the code of conduct that has been developed up to date and take it as the standards for our actions to develop more in this rapidly changing environment.
It is necessary to establish a structure where all employees of LION Group can understand clearly and perform their duties. Compliance refers to observing legislations, and also reinforcing ethics so that we can satisfy expectations and requirements of our customers and many shareholders sufficiently as a member of society. Ethics refers to moral principles to be observed as human beings and the details are not to lie, to keep social norms, not to harm others and to respect others. LION Group is to introduce and practice LION Corporate Code of Conduct on the basis of such principles.
We resolve and declare to comply LION Corporate Code of Conduct as a valuable company to help the society.
Sang-hun Han, CEO of LION KOREA Corporation
CEO of LION KOREA declared the will to comply with fair trade internally and externally on April 1st, 2006 and appointed Jin-hyeong Kim, head of team, as a manager of compliance on January 1st, 2014.
On behalf of the CEO, the Compliance Manager has overall authorities and responsibilities on internal fair trade compliance including the authority to order design and operation of compliance program for preventing violation of the Fair Trade Act; organization administration; inspection on operation condition; monitoring/overseeing; sanctions; and improvements/corrections.LION KOREA Compliance Manager Information
Customized training by duty/rank
Understanding of fair trade related key laws, announcement and guidelines
Unfair trade, Unfair joint action, Market-dominating enterprise, Subcontract transaction, Labeling and advertising
Compliance Program Manual
Guideline for fair trade compliance
Sharing Previous Practices
Major violation types and latest decisions of the Fair Trade Commission (FTC)
Fostering fair trade related personnel and etc.
Flexible operation for training targets, contents and time
|Everyone in Sales and Marketing||September||
|Personnel in charge of Administration||April, October||
|New Employees||June, December||
|Managers by organization and Responsible Personnel||Frequent||
Promote systematic knowledge acquisition of working-level staffs by managing results of training completion by position/rank.
Report corrupt activity from LION KOREA employees and ethically manage improper practices and policies
Ethics management hot line is a system to receive reports on misconducts of LION KOREA’s employees or improvements, suggestions on wrong practices or policies made by the company’s stakeholders, such as LION KOREA employees, employees of partner companies, customers and shareholders, etc.
Management division in charge of LION KOREA’s ethics management implements fact confirmation on the received reports and is equipped with a system to guarantee secrets and identities for safe report by reporters (proposers).
A closed investigation is available at a report’s request and anonymous reports based on facts with specific details are investigated, in principle. For your inquiries or ideas on the ethics management, LION KOREA will forward your feedback to the management and reply as soon as possible.