CJ Logistics contribute to addressing social challenges through CJ CSV (Creating Shared Value) – Creative Management, Win-Win Management and Sharing Management. CSV will remain a center of management philosophy of CJ Logistics.
Contribute to our country & society and promote business growth by taking on new challenges in the promising industries of the future
Establish a win-win industrial ecosystem to achieve sustainability
Promote systematic social contribution in the neglected areas of society based on core competencies
CJ Logistics conducts a ‘materiality assessment’ that helps us to analyze and identify critical economic, environmental and social issues, which may either reflect a significant impact on the business performance or substantively influence the assessments and decisions of stakeholders.
Derive an issue list
Material test and core issues
Choose core issues to be reported
CJ Logistics Sustainability Report specifies shareholders’ critical issues that are carefully selected according to the ‘Principle of Materiality’ under GRI’s G4 Guidelines. Each critical issue may reflect a significant impact on the business performance and decisions of stakeholders.
CJ Logistics identified 14 critical issues through a materiality assessment. These critical issues reflect a significant impact on the CJ Logistics’ business performance and stakeholders’ decision making. Embedding critical issues into CJ Logistics’ core business activities will create long-term values. CJ Logistics will consistently upgrade its materiality assessment through accommodating shareholder’s opinion and participation.
|Category||Core issue||Core aspect||Reporting side|
|Economy/General Management||Expansion of global businesses||Economic performance||Competitiveness enhancement|
|Strengthen the R&D capability|
|Environment||GHG emission management and reduction||Energy
|Reducing the environmental impact of logistics/transportation|
|Energy consumption and efficiency management|
|Consumer Issues||Customer relationship and satisfaction management||Product and service labeling, Marketing communications, Customer privacy||Customer Satisfactionn|
|Community Involvement and Development||Social contribution activities that consider the characteristics of local communities||Indirect economic effect
|Efforts to revitalize the economy in local communities|
|Labor/Human Rights||Training program to strengthen the competence of employees||Providing equal employment opportunity, wage, training and education for both genders
Diversity and equal opportunity
Prohibition of child labor and forced labor
|Human resource management|
|Prohibition against employee discrimination (gender, age, minority, race, etc)|
|Supply Chain||Strengthen the joint growth policies and activities||Anti-corruption||Supply chain management|
|Fair Operating Practices||Prohibition of unfair trades and assurance of compliance with related laws|
|Consumer Issues||Safety and health impact management of products and services||Industrial safety and health
Customer’s safety and health
|Health and safety|
|Labor/human rights||Strengthen the employee safety and health management system|
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