Human Right Policy


CDF is committed to upholding and observing all the international human rights treaties and will continue to supervise and evaluate the extent to which human rights standards are being complied with. We strive to comply with and promote human rights in accordance with international human rights standards including UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Global Compact, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the UN International Labor Organization. CDF stands firmly in opposition to any business conduct that may infringe upon or violate human rights, and ensures strict compliance with local labor regulations. CDF has also established a Human Rights Assessment process to regularly monitor its internal compliance with the aforementioned human rights principles and to analyze related risk impacts. CDF safeguards the legal rights of all employees to the greatest extent possible. Our hiring policy does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, age, marital status, religion, political affiliation, place of birth, sexual preference, physical or mental handicaps, or union membership, resulting in wholly equitable treatment in the areas of compensation, training, and opportunities for promotion and advancement. The use of child labor, defined as persons under the age of 16, is prohibited. Practices that could lead to the use of child labor are also forbidden, and we actively work to eliminate all forms of forced labor. Moreover, CDF has formulated stringent policies for preventing sexual harassment in accordance with the Gender Equality in Employment Act to safeguard the safety and human rights of employees as well as prevent sexual harassment in the workplace. Complaint channels and complaint review committees have also been established to handle sexual harassment complaints.

CDF Human Rights Commitment