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We strive to promote a workplace environment that is fair and transparent, where people are held accountable for their actions, and where mismanagement and corruption are not tolerated.
Corporate Governance

We are committed to effective corporate governance to promote the long-term interests of shareholders and other stakeholders, strengthen accountability, and help build public trust in the Company.

Our Progress

Our Board of Directors strengthened and clarified its oversight of our identified ESG priority issues and aligned a specific committee or the full Board to oversee each priority issue.

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Political Engagement

We seek to responsibly use our resources to advance public policy consistent with Celanese values, the needs of our business and our employees, the sustainability of our business, and long-term shareholder value.

Our Progress

While Celanese does not provide any direct political contributions, we sponsor a voluntary, nonpartisan political action committee for interested U.S. employees.

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Risk Management

Effective risk management is critical to upholding our values, integrity, and reputation, and achieving the core principles of our No Harm initiatives.

Our Progress

We’ve added a new leadership workshop to focus on ESG-related risks and mitigations.

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Compliance Policies
and Employee Training

Our compliance policies serve as the bedrock in helping us conduct business and compete in our industry ethically and in compliance with laws.

Our Progress

In 2020, we recorded 98% participation in employee training.

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