SheepMedical Co., Ltd. ("Company"), a medical technology company driving the digital transformation of orthodontics and preventative care, announced the establishment of its own Equality Code of Conduct in support of the United Nations’ Standards of Conduct for Business to eliminate discrimination against lesbian, gay, bi, trans, and intersex (LBGTI) people.
SheepMedical’s Equality Code of Conduct outlines the following standards to be acknowledged by all Company employees to foster diversity and promote a culture of respect and equality:
1. Supports a willingness to engage in educational opportunities related to eliminating discrimination against the LGBTQI+ community.
2. Respect workplace diversity with words and actions in all operations.
3. Employees’ personal information will be fully protected as confidential in respect of privacy.
“Truly successful organizations are built upon diversity and Company’s establishment of the Equality Code of Conduct represents our commitment to scaling our business with diversity and inclusion at every level,” said Tomoyo Umemoto, CAO of SheepMedical. “Every individual employee deserves to work in an environment that recognizes and embraces their respective strengths across personal and professional growth. In the VUCA era, we strive to empower the individuality of employees and inspire the values of equity and inclusion as the standards of Company’s products, services, and overall operations.”
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SheepMedical, a medical technology company, promotes the digital transformation of orthodontics and preventive care. As the leading independent Company in the clear aligner business in Japan, SheepMedical focuses on quality, preventative orthodontic care and is building health solutions for today's challenges, and anything tomorrow brings. The SheepMedical story began with the fastest aging yet healthiest population in the world – Japan. With our preventative care model, SheepMedical provides health services seeking to extend global life expectancy.