Mitsubishi Electric becomes a founding member of the Center for Engagement and remedy
Founded in June 2022, JaCER has the goal of managing disputes and human rights violations by corporations
By joining JaCER, Mitsubishi Electric wants to be able to handle these kinds of issues faster, further strengthening its corrective measures and improving transparency in dispute resolution in its supply chain
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announces that has joined the Japan Center for Engagement and Remedy on Business and Human Rights (JaCER) as a founding member. JaCER, established in June 2022, provides a non-judicial "Engagement and Resolution Platform" for grievance redress based on the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.
In fact, JaCER receives reports of cases of violations and suspected violations of international codes of conduct and internal regulations established by countries and acts professionally to support and promote dispute resolution from member companies.
Mitsubishi Electric has decided to join JaCER to more responsively manage these issues, further strengthening its resolution measures and improving transparency throughout its supply chain.
Based on the "Mitsubishi Electric Group Human Rights Policy" protocol of September 2017 and the promotion of sustainability initiatives through its membership in the Responsible Business Alliance, announced in February 2022, the company will continue to improve its handling of cases of rights violations in order to promote respect for rights within society.
For more info about the Japan Center for Engagement and Remedy on Business and Human Rights (JaCER): https://jacer-bhr.org/en/index.html
To learn more about human rights policy of Mitsubishi Electric Group:
Check the full press release here: https://it.mitsubishielectric.com/en/news/releases/global/2022/1021-a/index.html