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Management of Shared Growth

LOTTE ALUMINIUM believes that enhancing competitiveness of partner companies is the driving force of sustainability management. Accordingly, we are supporting small but strong small and medium-sized companies in various ways to enhance their competitiveness.

Shared Growth Promotion Committee

LOTTE ALUMINIUM has established an organization of Shared Growth Office with the CEO saving as the chairman. We assign executives to take charge of shared growth and propel company-wide shared growth. There are departments in each Office of Shared Office such as purchase, production, R&D, support, and sales in the form of task force to implement shared growth in every department and function of our company.

Lotte Group
  • Executive Officer of Shared Growth Promotion Office
    • Executives
      • Head of Department
        • operations center
        • PR department
        • Support Office
        • Foundation
        • Personnel Team
Group Affiliates
  • Chairman of Shared Growth Promotion Committee (the CEO)
    • Executive Officer/Executives
      • Head of Department
        • person in charge
          • purchase
          • production
          • R&D
          • support
          • sales
Main Tasks of Shared Growth Promotion

The 5 main tasks of LOTTE ALUMINIUM’s shared growth are announced in October, 2010 and as follows: first, reconsideration of cash payment rate; second, vitalization of shared growth fund; third, settlement of shared growth academy; fourth, enhancement of exchange with partner companies; fifth, creation of jobs. These are the main tasks of shared growth to be promoted by priority in core fields of company partnership including business relations, communication, and management support.

Main Tasks of Shared Growth Promotion Reconsideration of cash payment rate, vitalization of shared growth fund, settlement of Lotte shared growth academy, enhancement of exchange with part companies, creation of jobs.

LOTTE ALUMINIUM Statement on Human Rights

We pursue "human rights management" which can have a positive impact on not only our customers but also our society as a whole, and aims to contribute to the enrichment of individualss and communities. in this regard, we set forth this "LOTTE ALUMINIUM Statement on Human Rights" as standards of conduct, perfomance, and ethics all of our officers and employees must comply with in the course of business operation and management in order for LOTTE ALUMINIUM to become a corporation advancing human wellbeing.

This Statement is based on inernational human rights principles and standards, including the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rightsm the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

We commit th comply with this Charter and to put our commitments into actions.

1. We respect all human dignity and value, and priortize human rights management in managing our business.

2. We respect international human rights principles and covemamts, including the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Guding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

3. We establish and implement systems and policies, including human rights management system, to embeb a respect for human dignity and value across our corporate culture and across the spectrum of business management activities.

4. We strive to protect and advance human rights of marginalized communities, and respect human rights of everyone whose lives we touch, includingour employees, customers, government authorities, partners, and communities.

5. We do not discriminate based on race, gender, education, age, disability, religion, place of birth, political stance, or any other grounds when hiring or in the workplace, and pursue an organuzational culture of multual respect and understanding.

6. We do not condone forced labor or child labor in any shape or form, and comply with the minimum working age established by international standards and local laws of the jurisdictions in whinch we conduct business.

7. We comply with the working-hour and minimum wage regulations of the jurisdictions in which we conduct business.

8. We foster working conditions which put the health and safety of our officers and employees first.

9. We uphold the constitutional right to freedom of assembly and association and the right to collective bargaining to protect and advance the human rights of our offcers and employees.

10. We endeavor to prevent human rights violations in the workplace, such as workplace harassment or sexual harassment, and to provide remedial mesures.

11. We aim to nurture strong partnerships with our business partners on an equal footing for mutual growth and development, and support, and cooperate with, their implementation of human rights management.

12. We do not use raw materials, product, etc. produced in an illegal and unethical manner or in a manner involving possible human rights violations.

13. We protect personal information acquired in the course business.

14. We comply with domestic and inernational environmental regulations, and strive to achieve net-zero carbon emissions, environmental perservation, biological diversity, resource circulation, and other environmental goals.

15. We prevent human rights violations in the course of business, and timely provide adequate remedial measures.

We pledge to do our utmost in implementing and advancing human rights management as set forth above.

All officers and employees of LOTTE ALUMINIUM