Corporate Governance Statement over a decade

Parker Bridge Recruitment Co., Ltd. (PBR) is committed to conducting business in a lawful and responsible manner and with integrity. Each employee is expected to perform their responsibilities with in accordance with Thai labor laws and regulations. We have high standards of Corporate Governance. The Directors are accountable to the Company’s owners / shareholders for good Corporate Governance.

This is the force which drives PBR in talent search and recruitment business for over decade under the legitimacy of the law of the Kingdom of Thailand. PBR’s commitment to the highest ethical standards and good corporate governance is the result of its belief.

The code of best practice set out in the PBR Corporate Governance Standards Procedures and Policy Manual. It has been adopted as the Company’s corporate governance and Statement of Principles. This is to ensure the best practice in the management and support which can only be achieved by ensuring and fully protecting the rights and interests of all stakeholders.

Core Value of PBR Corporate Governance

PBR is strictly operated under good governance policy to ensure all human rights and interest protections for all related parties exist. Apart from the anti-corruption within workplace, we strongly refrain from operating business with any illegal or clearly unethical business partners/clients/candidates.

When employees, customers or suppliers become aware of any situation violates or appears to violate regulations, they are encouraged to discuss such matters with the Supervisor and Group Compliance Manager. PBR will not tolerate retaliation to any individual for raising a concern or making a report in good faith.

Director Performance Evaluation

Directors are responsible and accountable for all performance aspects of their respective departments. Individual and group accountability are critical elements within the requirements for best practice and are assessed in accordance with set and measurable KPI’s. Each director is required to meet with a senior independent director (appointed by the President) every 3 months. To review individual performance of the each Director and the section.