Gocar values and seeks to uphold basic human rights in all its operations, and holds its supply chain partners to the same standards. We provide reasonable working hours and fair wages. We respect the rights of all workers to associate, assemble peacefully and communicate their concerns to management without fear of discrimination or harassment. We recognize and respect the rights of all individuals regardless of race, color, ancestry, national origin, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability or any other legally protected trait, and we do not discriminate against anyone on the basis of the same.
Read more about our commitment to human rights below.
On January 1, 2021, new legislation, the Conflict Minerals Regulation, will come into force across the European Union.
The aim is to curb trade in four conflict minerals: tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold, where they are used for forced labor and to finance armed groups, other human rights violations, and also to contribute to corruption and money laundering.
The Regulation requires EU companies in the supply chain to ensure that their imports of these minerals and metals come only from non-conflict sources.
Gocar promotes traceability of these minerals and transparency of the supply chain. We strongly believe that our customers should be fully informed about the products they purchase.
Global Policy Against Human Trafficking, Modern Slavery and Child Labor
As part of the Code of Conduct and Core Values on which Gocar is based, we have an obligation to uphold basic human rights in all our operations, including zero tolerance for the use of forced labor and human trafficking. We are committed to complying with all applicable laws in the countries in which we do business.
We do not use or tolerate the use of forced labor or human trafficking practices by others, including the exploitation of children. Illegal child labor violates the integrity of our business, and is not tolerated by Gocar. We will never knowingly do business with customers, suppliers and other business partners that violate these policies.
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