Ethical Employment

Four pillars of smeta

SMETA is Sedex's social auditing methodology to assess business sites and suppliers to understand working conditions in their supply chain.

Labour Standards

Our labour standards are in compliance with SMETA, The ETI Base Code, local and federal regulations. We do not practice forced bondages, child labours and overworked hours.

Health & Safety

The company is committed to maintaining a system in compliance with SMETA and The ETI Base Code that seeks to eliminate both accidents and hazards that caused them while protecting the health and safety of its employees.

Ethical Employment

All employees are hired by merit basis without any consideration of gender, ethnicity, race, religion, nationality, disabilities and political opinions.

Business Ethics

CET only conducts business in ethical manner in compliance with SMETA policies. Our business ethics include corporate governance, insider trading, bribery, discrimination, corporate social responsibility, fiduciary responsibilities, and much more.

Employment policy


Employment selection is strictly based on merit and without any consideration for cast, gender, religion, race, colour, national origin, disability, political opinion and similar factors

Ethical Labour

Child labour is strictly prohibited at all times. Forced, prison or bonded labour are strictly prohibited

Employee Empowering

Appropriate safeguards will be in place for female employees and those with physical disabilities

Safety and Health

All working hours and working conditions are designed to ensure compliance to labour laws and giving priority to the health, environment, safety and social conditions of the employees