Equality, Diversity, Inclusion, Human Rights, and Child Labor Policy

At Ad-Dulayl Industrial Park & Real Estate Co. (IDMC), we are committed to conducting business with the utmost respect for human rights and promoting a diverse, inclusive, and discrimination-free workplace. This policy outlines our commitment to uphold human rights, prevent child labor (forced or compulsory), and foster an environment that values diversity and inclusion.

This policy applies to all employees, contractors, suppliers, visitors, and stakeholders associated with IDMC. It encompasses all aspects of employment, operations, and business relationships.

a. Human Rights: IDMC respects and upholds the principles of human rights as outlined in internationally recognized standards, including the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
b. Non-Discrimination: We strictly prohibit discrimination, harassment, or any form of unfair treatment based on race, gender, religion, nationality, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, or any other protected characteristic.
c. Child Labor: IDMC is committed to eradicating child labor (forced or compulsory) in all aspects of its operations. We do not employ individuals below the legal working age as determined by applicable laws and conventions.
d. Equal Opportunities: We provide equal opportunities for all employees, ensuring that decisions regarding recruitment, hiring, promotion, training, compensation, and benefits are based solely on merit and qualifications.
e. Inclusive Workplace: IDMC fosters an inclusive work environment that values diversity, encourages open dialogue, and welcomes diverse perspectives.

a. Management: Management is responsible for implementing and promoting this policy throughout the organization. They must ensure compliance with human rights principles and actively work to prevent child labor in the workplace and supply chain.
b. Human Resources: The HR department is responsible for enforcing this policy, providing training, and promptly addressing any complaints or incidents related to discrimination, harassment, or child labor.
c. Employees: All employees are expected to adhere to this policy, treat each other with respect and dignity, and report any concerns related to human rights violations or child labor promptly.

Child Labor and Young Workers:
a. Age Verification: IDMC will conduct thorough age verification checks to ensure that all employees meet the legal working age requirements.
b. Working Hours: Employees below the legal working age will not be allowed to work, and young workers will be subject to appropriate working hour restrictions as per applicable laws and regulations.

Complaints Procedure:
Any employee or stakeholder who becomes aware of a potential violation of this policy, including child labor or human rights abuses, should report it immediately to their supervisor or HR department.

Training and Awareness:
IDMC will provide regular training and awareness programs for employees and stakeholders to promote understanding and compliance with this policy, including its implications on human rights and child labor.

Review and Update:
This policy will be reviewed periodically to ensure its alignment with changing laws and international standards related to human rights, child labor, equality, diversity, and inclusion.

By incorporating the Human Rights and Child Labor Policy into our existing commitment to equality, diversity, and inclusion, IDMC reaffirms its dedication to creating a safe, respectful, and inclusive work environment while upholding ethical business practices.
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Ad-Dulayl Industrial Park & Real Estate (IDMC) Headquarters
11 Al-Sharif Al-Hussein Bin Ali Street, Fourth Floor
P.O. Box 5656, Jabal Amman 11183, Jordan
Ad-Dulayl Industrial Park Offices
Salah Al-Din Street
Dhlail, Jordan
Tel: +962 6 4645416 
Fax: +962 6 4625701
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