Karupannya complies with the eight core conventions defined in the
- Fundamental Principles of Rights at Work
- ILO declaration June 1998
- Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact 2000
Karupannya recognizes the fundamental principles of Human Rights, as defined by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (United Nations 1948)
- Values of trust
Trust and transparency related to Karupannya business are ensured at all times. There is no case of corruption or the use of bribery related to the business.
There are routines in place to ensure the applicable laws and regulations related to requirements are implemented.
Transparent and reliable routines are in place to ensure, verify and report compliance. The verification is completed at least once every 12 months and records are kept for 24 months.
- Child labor is not used
- Proof of age documentation for all workers
The minimum working age is defined by the national legislation and is the age, above which a person can be employed on a full-time basis.
Forced and bonded labor
There is no forced, prison, bonded or involuntary labor.