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Okaypia code of conduct

The “Code of Conduct” for e-commerce, focuses on the protection of consumers in the age of online shopping. The Code sets out the general principles and sets out the minimum rules of professional ethics and ethical conduct to be observed by the consumer towards businesses.

It is made following the labor law of Bangladesh.

Business Integrity, Anti-Bribery

There's growing recognition that business integrity is vital. In part, this is in response to an increased focus on integrity and ethics by regulators and legislators. Additionally, it reflects consumer preferences; the wider public is ascribing increasing importance to environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors when making buying or investment decisions. And finally, another contributor to business integrity prioritization is organizations' growing recognition that good behavior is good for business.


Child Labor

Child labor, as defined by the International Labor Organization (ILO) Convention is “work by children under the age of 12; work by children under the age of 15 that prevents school attendance; and work by children under of age of 18 that is hazardous to the physical or mental health of the child Business Integrity, Anti-Bribery


Forced Labor

All forms of forced and bonded labor are prohibited including compulsory overtime. Workers should be able to voluntarily end their employment without any restrictions. Any restrictions on employees to voluntarily end their employment, such as excessive notice periods or substantial fines for terminating their employment country.

According to the ILO Forced Labour Convention, 1930 (No. 29) , forced or compulsory labour is: "all work or service which is exacted from any person under the threat of a penalty and for which the person has not offered himself or herself voluntarily."


Harassment & Abuse

Abuse and harassment policies are in place to educate employees about abusive and inappropriate behavior. These policies define what is considered workplace harassment, prohibited conduct, and the specific types of behavior that violate the policies.



Makes it illegal to discriminate against someone on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin or sex. This law also protects employees against retaliation for going forward with a claim regarding discrimination in the workplace. 


Freedom of Association and Right to Collective Bargaining

Freedom of association and collective bargaining are 'enabling rights. ‘When these rights are respected, they pave the way for workers and their employers to address and implement the other standards in Fair Wear's Code of Labor practices.


Regular Employment

Regular employment means the employment the worker held at the time of the injury or at the time of the claim for aggravation, whichever gave rise to the potential eligibility for vocational assistance; or, for a worker not employed at the time of aggravation, the employment the worker held on the last day of work prior to the aggravation claim. If the basis for potential eligibility is a reopening to process a newly accepted condition, "regular employment" is the employment the worker held at the time of the injury; when the condition arose after claim closure, "regular employment" is determined as if it were an aggravation claim.


Wages & Benefits

The guaranteed employee benefits in Bangladesh are: All workers are entitled to 10 days of paid casual leaves each calendar year. All workers can claim paid sick leaves for 14 days in a calendar year. All workers get 11 days of paid festival holiday in a calendar year.


Working Hours, Wages, Holidays

Labor law is very important law to protect the interest of the workers in Bnagladesh. The main purpose of this writing is to give an idea about the employment matter, types of workers, terms and conditions of employment, working hours, wages, holidays of a labor as per The Bangladesh Labor Act, 2006 .


Health & Safety

Occupational accidents and diseases have an impact not only on the lives of affected workers and their families, but also on the productivity of their enterprises and ultimately on the welfare of the entire society.

Although little research has taken place in Bangladesh on occupational injuries and diseases, it is internationally recognized that most occupational deaths and injuries are entirely preventable, and could be avoided if employers and workers took simple initiatives to reduce hazards and risks at the workplace.

The ILO is working with the Government, employers’ and workers’ organizations in Bangladesh to foster a preventative safety and health culture by strengthening national occupational safety and health (OSH) systems, which include developing policies and frameworks on OSH, reinforcing labor inspection and governance, facilitating training on OSH, and conducting national OSH campaigns.



Environment can be defined as a sum total of all the living and non-living elements and their effects that influence human life. While all living or biotic elements are animals, plants, forests, fisheries, and birds, non-living or abiotic elements include water, land, sunlight, rocks, and air.


Compliance with Local Law

Any resale of the Securities during the ‘distribution compliance period’ as defined in Rule 902(f) to Regulation S shall only be made in compliance with exemptions from registration afforded by Regulation S. Further, any such sale of the Securities in any jurisdiction outside of the United States will be made in compliance with the securities laws of such jurisdiction. The Investor will not offer to sell or sell the Securities in any jurisdiction unless the Investor obtains all required consents, if any.

okaypia is providing all kinds of facilities to its employees as per Bangladesh Labor Law.