A BETTER, SAFER WORKPLACE
CNW, having adopted sustainable business practices and labor policies, is committed to corporate responsibility in the work environment as well as in the community.
Making the company a better workplace and providing a safe and nurturing environment is a mission under the company’s corporate governance. CNW invests in the education and development of employees with the goal of improving their health, safety, and well-being in the workplace and beyond. The company promotes equal opportunities and responsible business practices at every level in the firm and strives to conduct business ethically and honestly. CNW has adopted internationally recognized best practices as put forth in the RBA Code of Conduct.
CNW is also involved in social responsibility projects, supporting numerous organizations and NGOs that enhance the quality of life for individuals who are disadvantaged or improve the standards of education, environmental care, and fairness in the community.
All workers have the right to refuse work or quit at any time. Workers are free to leave their employer after reasonable notice (as applicable by local law).
Working Hours / Vacation Rights
CNW works according to local labor laws on working and overtime hours. The number of vacation days employees are entitled to is according to local law.
Wages and Benefits
Compensation paid to workers are in compliance with local laws.
ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015, AEO, CTPAT, BASC and IATA.
CNW is committed to creating a company culture that is focused on minimizing our environmental impact and on the prevention of pollution. CNW has developed an integrated management system, certified to ISO 14001:2015. CNW is also committed to sustainability efforts to reduce our carbon footprint.