1. Employees are chosen according to their free will.

1.1 Forced or compelled labor or imprisoned labor provided by the prison against their free will cannot be used.

1.2 Employees cannot be seized by the employer as "guarantee" for any of their receivables, or they cannot be requested to deliver their identity documents, and they are free to terminate the business relationship they have established with the employer in line with their free will, after a reasonable prior notice period.

2. Unions and the right to collective bargaining are recognized.

2.1 All workers, without distinction, have the right, at their choice, to join or form a workers' union and to bargain collectively.

2.2 The employer takes an open-minded approach to the activities and organizational activities of trade unions.

2.3 Worker representatives are not discriminated against and are permitted to enter the workplace in order to carry out their representative functions and duties.

2.4 If the right to unions and collective bargaining is restricted by law, the development of parallel practices for independent and free trade unions and collective bargaining agreements is facilitated and not prevented by the employer.

3. Working conditions must be safe and healthy

3.1 A safe and healthy working environment will be provided, taking into account the general information in the field of industry and any special hazards specific to the job. Appropriate measures will be taken to prevent accidents and injuries and, if applicable, to reduce the health risks to the lowest possible level in the private working environment.

3.2 Workers will receive regular health and safety training, and this training will be repeated for workers who are tied up or assigned to a new assignment.

3.3 Access to clean toilets and drinking water will be provided and, if applicable, sanitary facilities for the storage of foodstuffs.

3.4 If accommodation is provided, it will be ensured that this area is clean and safe and arranged to meet the basic needs of workers.

3.5 Taking into account these basic terms and conditions, the company will appoint a senior management representative as the health and safety officer.

4. Child labor is not used

4.1 No new child workers will be hired.

4.2 As defined in the annexes of this article as "children" and "child labor force", each boy or girl who is determined to be employed as a child labor force is allowed by the company to place these children in good quality educational institutions and to graduate from these institutions until the end of their childhood. Necessary policies and programs will be developed or existing practices will be supported.

4.3 Children and youth under the age of 18 shall not be employed in night work or under dangerous conditions.

4.4 These principles and procedures shall comply with the terms and rules of the relevant standards of the International Labor Organization (ILO).

5. Salary is paid at a level sufficient to be late

5.1 Salary and benefits payable for a standard working week should be at least at the level of official national standards or industry indicative standards, whichever is higher. In any case, however, salaries should be at a level that workers can always meet their basic needs and make some optional extra expenses.

5.2 All workers shall be provided with written and easily understandable information about their terms of employment prior to employment, and details of their salary for each period of time for which they are paid.

5.3 No deductions from wages may be made as a disciplinary measure or, unless required by national laws and regulations, no deductions from wages shall be made without the express and express consent of the worker concerned. All disciplinary actions must be recorded.

6. Working hours should not be excessive

6.1 Working hours must comply with national laws, collective bargaining agreements and the terms and conditions set out in clause 6.6 below, whichever provides more leisure opportunities for workers.

6.2 Working hours, excluding overtime, will be defined by contract and the total weekly working hours will not exceed 48 hours.*

6.3 All overtime work will be implemented in accordance with the principle of free will and volunteerism. Overtime work will only be implemented with a sense of responsibility and taking into account the following: The total time worked per day by each individual worker and the total workforce in general, how often they work overtime and how many hours they work overtime should be taken into account. Overtime work should never be used as an alternative to the regular workforce employment required. Overtime work will always be paid at a recommended bonus rate of not less than 125% of the normal routine pay value.

6.4 The total number of working hours in any seven-day period shall not exceed 60 hours, except in the special cases set out in clause 6.5 below.

6.5 However, in special cases where the following conditions are met, the total working hours in any seven-day period may exceed 60 hours:

* Allowing such practice under national law;

* Allowing such a practice, according to the collective bargaining agreement concluded with the trade union, which represents a significant part of the workforce, in line with free will;

* Taking all necessary measures to protect the health and safety of workers; and

* This type of exceptional overtime practice may be made, provided the employer can demonstrate that such practice was necessary due to unexpected production increases, accidents or emergencies.

6.6 Workers shall be given the opportunity to take at least one day off in each seven-day period, or two days in each 14-day period if permitted by applicable national law.

* International standards recommend gradually reducing the normal total number of weekly working hours to 40 hours as much as possible, without applying any salary reductions as working hours are reduced.

7. No discrimination is applied

7.1 Recruitment, pay, participation in training services provided, promotion practices, dismissal or retirement, due to race, nationality, social class, religion, age, disability, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, union membership or political affiliation , no one is discriminated against.

8. Regular employment is provided

8.1 The work performed is performed on the basis of the valid employment relationship established by national law and practice in all respects where possible.

8.2 the employer has an obligation to comply with its obligations to its employees under labor or social security laws and regulations arising from the regular employment relationship, and neither through the use of contracted labor only or the use of labor from a contractor or work from home arrangements, or in fact for skills development or regular employment. Through the practice of providing apprenticeships where there is no real intention to provide, nor by excessive use of time-restricted employment contracts, the employer cannot escape the obligation to fulfill these obligations.

9. Any very abrasive or inhumane practice is not allowed

9.1 Physical violence or disciplinary action, threats of physical violence, sexual abuse or other abusive behavior, or verbal bullying or any other form of intimidation or intimidation are strictly prohibited.

The provisions set forth in these terms and conditions are strictly minimum, not maximum, and should never be used to prevent companies from exceeding these standards. Companies applying these terms and conditions are expected to comply with national laws and other applicable laws, and are also expected to prefer the one that is more protective in terms of workers' rights if there are both statutory provisions on the same subject and provisions in this basic terms and conditions statement.

Note: We have made every effort to ensure that the translations of the ETG Fundamental Terms and Conditions and Implementation Principles are prepared as completely and accurately as possible. However, we would like to remind you that in any case, the documents in the English language will be considered as the official version.