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CJ ENM will fulfill its economic, environmental, and social responsibilities by developing fair, reliable content and dedicate its utmost efforts to communicate with customers to ensure the sustainable growth of the company.

Cyber Audit Office

CJ ENM aims to bring value to customers, maximize shareholder value, and satisfy employees, while operating in a fair and transparent manner.

1. What is the Cyber Audit Office?

The Cyber Audit Office receives reports on misconduct by CJ ENM employees concerning unfair business decisions or unreasonable demands and
corrupt acts by abuse of position.
Misconduct cases are investigated under strict confidentiality. Your act of conscience can become the foundation of transparent management.

2. Types of Misconduct Subject to Reporting
  • 1)Embezzlement/misappropriation of public funds and receipt of bribes
  • 2)Unfair business decisions
  • 3)Unfair trade practices relating to business transactions
  • 4)Unfair equity participation in unlisted partner companies
  • 5)Engagement in any outside business activities other than duties assigned by the company and dual job holding
  • 6)Sexual harassment or any disorderly conduct
  • 7)Violation of the Improper Solicitation and Graft Act
3. Reporter Protection and Secrecy

When you submit a report to CJ ENM, you may choose to use your real name or remain anonymous. To reinforce anonymity,
CJ ENM receives reports also via an external third party. For an anonymous report, the identity of the reporter and details of the report are thoroughly protected by information security systems provided by an external third party. For a real-name report, confidentiality is also guaranteed through a minimized process for report submission and handling, and securing confidentiality agreements with employees handling such cases.

4. Major Cases Subject to Reporting
Unlawful or unfair business practices
  • Corruption/irregularities and unreasonable demands by individual staff
  • Unfair equity participation in partner companies and dual job holding
  • Embezzlement/misappropriation of public funds and receipt of bribes
  • Illegal or wrongful use of company assets
  • Manipulation and false report of documents and figures
  • Leakage of company’s management information including business secrets
Grievances incurred upon partner companies
  • Damage caused by unfair business decisions
  • Unreasonable demands by abuse of position
  • Unethical speech and conduct by current employees
  • Lack of transparency in vendor selection
  • Violations of co-prosperity management, such as leakage of supplier information
Issues related to organizational culture
  • Business process that is irrational or requires improvement
  • Power abuse within the company and workplace harassment
  • Sexual harassment or any disorderly conduct
  • Issues with potential to damage organizational culture including labor relations issues