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As transparency is one of the key pillars in our sustainability approach, below is an outline of our Code of Conduct policies that we require from our business partners. Together with these business partners, we are on a continuous journey to embed sustainability across everything we do.

King’s Lab Jewelry Code of Conduct Policies outline for our business partners:

1.Management Systems, that this Code of Conduct is expected to be communicated to all employees, a senior management shall be responsible for the compliance of it;

2.Freedom of employment, that there is no forced or involuntary labour involved, workers are not required to lodge money, or identity papers to the employer;

3.Freedom of Association and the Right to Collective Bargaining are protected;

4.Working conditions are safe and hygienic. For instants, sanitary facilities, health and safety training should be provided;

5.Child labour should not be used: children shall not be used and persons under 18 shall not be employed in hazardous conditions;

6.Wages and benefits at paid for a standard period of time, at a minimum, national legal standard or industrial standards;

7.Workers should be provided with written and understandable information about their wages and benefits, employment conditions before employment;

8.Working hours are not excessive: it must comply with national laws and industry agreements, total hours in any 7 day period shall not exceed 60 hours;

9.No discrimination in work: To make sure there is no discrimination in hiring, compensation, training that base on age, gender, race, national origin, etc.

10.Regular employment is provided: Work performed must be on the basis of recognised employment relationship between the employer and workers;

11.No harsh or inhuman treatment is allowed, including physical abuse, sexual harassment and verbal abuse shall be prohibited.


Please note that these are principle policies as of Sep 2021. Where needed updates will be applied, please contact us directly.

Post time: Sep-18-2019