Gangwon Land (CEO Lee Sam-gul) in Jeongseon, Gangwon Province, announced on the 22nd that it has
provided anti-corruption, integrity, sexual harassment and sexual violence prevention
education for CEO and senior managers.
This training is designed to strengthen members' integrity leadership and anti-corruption
capabilities, and to lead their role as an integrity public company through gender sensitivity checks.
The training, which was held at the High1 Grand Hotel run by Kangwon Land, was attended by
133 Kangwon Land executives and senior managers, including CEO Lee Sam-geol, executive auditor of Youngsoo Kim, Oh Jung-hoon, head of Win-Win Management Division, and Yoo Jae-man, head of Strategy Division.
The education was conducted by a professional lecturer registered at the Integrity Training Institute
of the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission and a commissioned lecturer at the Korea Gender Equality Education Promotion Agency on two topics: anti-corruption integrity and sexual harassment prevention.
The four-hour training informed anti-corruption-related policies, such as the Conflict of Interest
Act and the Anti-Solicitation Act, to enhance understanding of public office responsibility and to
improve gender sensitivity of executives and employees through specific cases of sexual harassment and sexual violence.
We will create a healthy organizational culture by cultivating integrity leadership and gender
sensitivity of executives and employees, CEO Lee Sam-geol said. "We will try to prevent corruption
accidents in public society in advance and fulfill our responsibilities as a public company trusted by the public."
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