Chato Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “our company”) states in the “Corporate Code of Conduct” that “we face ourselves, our colleagues, and our customers sincerely”, stipulates that basic human rights are respected. In addition, based on international norms on human rights such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, we will promote the establishment of a sustainable corporate culture that does not infringe or be complicit in human rights violations. Under this policy, we will act in accordance with the “Policy on Human Rights of Workers”.

Prohibition of forced labor

The work of all people working in our company must be voluntary, and we do not force workers to hire and work.

Prohibition of child labor

We do not allow children to work. In addition, we do not allow employees under the age of 18 to engage in work that puts their health or safety at risk.

* “Children” refers to persons under the age of 15 (under the age of 14 if permitted by applicable country law), below the age for completing compulsory education, or below the minimum working age in the applicable country.

Consideration for working hours

We respect global standards and comply with the applicable laws and regulations of each country to appropriately manage working hours, holidays, and vacations.

Decent wages

We pay our workers in compliance with all wage laws, including minimum wages, overtime and statutory benefits in each country.

Prohibition of inhumane treatment

We prohibit sexual harassment, sexual abuse, corporal punishment, physical or mental coercion, verbal abuse, harassment or inhumane treatment of workers.

No discrimination

We respect race, ethnicity, national origin, origin, skin color, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, pregnancy, religion, political orientation, marital status, family status, and HIV/AIDS infection. We prohibit discrimination in employment and labor on the grounds such as

Employees’ right to organize

While complying with local laws and regulations, we respect the workers’ right to organize as a means of achieving labor-management consultations on matters such as the working environment and wage levels.

Safe and healthy working environment

Based on the Industrial Safety and Health Act, we give top priority to ensuring the safety and health of our workers so that they can work with peace of mind, and strive to prevent accidents and disasters as well as mental and physical illnesses.

* Workers are those who are directly employed by Kakuni Chato regardless of the name such as part-time or contract, temporary workers who perform work under our company’s command and order under worker dispatch contracts, and work contract contracts. Refers to contracted employees who engage in work at our offices and factories (including on-site) based on