GOVERNANCE

GOVERNANCE

OVERSIGHT AND ADMINISTRATION IN GOVERNANCE

Motion recognizes the key to a successful sustainability program is determined by the strength of the governance that embodies it:

Of these initiatives, we will highlight our Supplier Program as part of our inaugural 2021 reporting and add others as our reporting develops.

Under the leadership of Genuine Parts Company, our governance programs are tightly integrated and reflective of strategy and planning, including corporate risk management. In addition, Motion is also working on key projects to better govern and report on material items to our customers, such as Value Chain Management. We are implementing a new initiative that will allow greater transparency into our value chain and provide reportable metrics on human rights, ethics, sustainable sourcing, and environmental responsibility.

Elizabeth Camp
President & CEO, DF Management, Inc.

Richard Cox, JR.
Chief Information Officer, Cox Enterprises

Paul Donahue
Chairman & CEO, Genuine Parts Company

Gary Fayard
Retired CFO, The Coca-Cola Company

P. Russell Hardin
President, Robert W. Woodruff Foundation

John Holder
Chairman & CEO, Holder Properties

Donna Hyland
President & CEO, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

John Johns
Retired Chairman & CEO, Protective Life Corporation

Jean-Jacques Lafont
Co-Founder & Executive Chairman, Alliance Automotive

Robert Loudermilk, JR
President & CEO, The Loudermilk Companies

Wendy Needham
Retired Managing Director, Global Auto Research, Credit Suisse First Boston

Juliette Pryor
General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, Albertsons Companies

E. Jenner Wood
Retired Executive Vice President, SunTrust Banks, Inc.

Elizabeth Camp
President & CEO, DF Management, Inc.

Richard Cox, Jr.
Chief Information Officer, Cox Enterprises

Paul Donahue
Chairman & CEO, Genuine Parts Company

Gary Fayard
Retired CFO, The Coca-Cola Company

P. Russell Hardin
President, Robert W. Woodruff Foundation

John Holder
Chairman & CEO, Holder Properties

Donna Hyland
President & CEO, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

John Johns
Retired Chairman & CEO, Protective Life Corporation

Jean-Jacques Lafont
Co-Founder & Executive Chairman, Alliance Automotive

Robert Loudermilk, Jr.
President & CEO, The Loudermilk Companies

Wendy Needham
Retired Managing Director, Global Auto Research, Credit Suisse First Boston

Juliette Pryor
General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, Albertsons Companies

E. Jenner Wood
Retired Executive Vice President, SunTrust Banks, Inc.

BOARD SNAPSHOT

50% Diverse

7 out of 14 directors are diverse by gender, nationality and race

29% Female

4 out of 14 directors are women

86% Independent

12 out of 14 directors are independent

64

Years Average Age

3 directors are in their 50s
7 directors are in their 60s
4 directors are in their 70s

9

Years Average Board Tenure

4, 0-5 years
5, 6-10 years
5, 11+ years

GPC BOARD OVERSIGHT

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

As a wholly-owned subsidiary of Genuine Parts Company, Motion adheres to the GPC Global Information Security Policy and the GPC Data Privacy Protection Standard. These policy documents outline the identification, risk assessment, data protection, data handling, compliance measures, and breach notification protocols of our customer data.

Motion follows the ISO 27001/2 Cybersecurity Framework and utilizes NIST controls. In addition, in support of our Department of Defense (DOD) customer base, Motion is pursuing the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) and expects to complete this in 2024. Additional information regarding CMMC can be found here.

Additional information about Motion’s privacy policy can be found here.

WHISTLEBLOWER INDEPENDENT PROVIDER

ETHICS REPORTING

Motion requires all teammates to complete ethics training, both as part of the onboarding process and annually throughout their time with the company. Leaders and managers are responsible for reinforcing the Code of Conduct throughout our business units and at all levels of the organization. At Motion, we strive to work with integrity and honesty in all situations. We have institutionalized this to the level that working ethically is one of our four core values. Integrity is the foundation of trust upon which our reputation is built.

To that end, we provide an ethics hotline for reporting concerns, such as:

The system is neutral, administered by a third party, and available 24/7/365 via phone or online. In addition, we have a zero-tolerance policy against any nature of retaliation for whistleblowing.

ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT

GOVERNANCE

Motion conducts an annual risk assessment to our business as part of the complete GPC Enterprise Risk Assessment. During this evaluation, all key functional areas conduct extensive risk assessment and provide mitigation measures. Areas include:

PROCESS & PROCEDURE

ISO 9001: 2015 CERTIFIED

Motion Industries maintains an ISO 9001:2015 certified corporate Quality Management System administered through our Quality Resource Department. We have 52 registered sites as well as our Birmingham corporate office functions. 

Our Quality Resource team is responsible for the ongoing management, process refinement, and training associated with our ISO program.

In addition to our existing ISO Certifications, we are currently reviewing requirements for expanding our ISO certifications in the area of Human Resources and Information Technology. We will provide an update to these in our next report.

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Benefits of certification include:

Future ISO plans:

Motion is currently pursuing CMMC Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification with anticipated completion in early 2023.

USA

21 Registered Sites

CANADA

30 Registered Sites

MEXICO

1 Registered Site