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Social Responsibility Overview

Socially responsible management (SRM) pursues social values along with economic profits and encompasses the ideas of economic responsibility, ethical responsibility, charitable responsibility and environmental responsibility.
As it has been proven that SRM serves as the basis of long-term growth of the company, global demand for corporate SRM is on the sharp rise and increasing number of companies are paying close attention to SRM.
Based on such a demand and attention, KAC preemptively manages social, economic and environmental risks, actively address global agendas and announces related performances on the SRM report, in an effort to implement SRM.


Global SRM guidelines Table

Guidelines Details
GRI (Standards) Global Reporting Initiative The guidelines for the format of report employed by multinationalenterprises that support them in establishing the reporting activity as a standardized practice through processes of actual preparing and making public the report.
UNGC UN Global Compact One of the largest voluntary initiatives in the world supporting business activities by linking corporate strategies to 10 principles on human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption.
ISO26000 International Organization for Standardization International standards on corporate social responsibilities announced by ISO(International Standard Organization) in 2010, to contribute to sustainable development through implementation guidelines and recommendations on 7 agendas such as governance, human rights, labor practices, environment, fair transaction, consumer issues, community engagement and development
OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprise OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises A part of the OECD announcement in 1976 on international investment and multinational enterprises, recommending responsibilities for multinational enterprises operating in the territory of WTO member states
UN SDGs UN SDGs, Sustainable Development Goals As the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) have expired, the 2015 UN summit finalized total of 17 agendas and 169 goals by inheriting the MDG agendas and adding those regarding social integration and environmental protection. Under implementation for up to 2030.
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