Respect for Human Rights
NAVER strives to embed and integrate respect for human rights of all who are connected to NAVER – users, business partners,
our employees – into our business.
- NAVER recognizes the significance of establishing a culture of respect for human rights to create a society where people and technology can coexist. Therefore, NAVER strives to make meaningful changes in society by delivering various projects and performances to remind and promulgate the value of human rights. As our first step, NAVER disclosed the Human Rights Statement, reflecting our commitment to human rights management.
- NAVER has established Human Rights policy based on international human rights norms – Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Labor Organization (ILO) Convention, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, and the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs). The policy includes ten specific guidelines on our human rights issues related to stakeholders such as users, partners, employees. To respect and protect labor and human rights of our stakeholders across our business activities, NAVER strictly complies with the Human Rights policy.
- NAVER is in the process of establishing a firm wide Human Rights management system with a dedicated Human Rights division and a working group consisting of related departments that reports to the Board and the senior management team. The Human Rights Division identifies potential human rights risks and implements corrective actions, conducts risk assessment, and reports the inspection results to the ESG Committee and Risk Management Committee within the Board. The Human Rights Management Working Group fulfills and collaborates on tasks for improving human rights issues.