Human Rights Policy

Human Rights Policy


CHIAN HSING strictly abides by local labor laws and regulations and abides by internationally recognized human rights norms and principles, including the relevant spirit and basic norms of the "United Nations Global Covenant", "United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights" and "International Labour Organization Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work" to ensure The basic human rights of employees, treat all salaried colleagues with dignity and respect, including contract personnel, educational students, etc.


(1) Respect workplace human rights

The company complies with the provisions of the Labor Standards Act and has never employed child labor. Based on the basic human rights of equal employment opportunities for citizens, the company employs employees based solely on their professional ability and experience, and never based on race, ideology, religion, party affiliation, place of origin, place of birth, gender, sexual orientation, marriage, appearance, Physical and mental disabilities, etc. are based on reasons, and different considerations are given.

(2) Safe working environment

In order to provide employees with a healthy and safe working environment, the company adopts operation control for high-risk operations, strengthens operation risk management, and reduces the incidence of occupational accidents. Implement safety activities and inspections every month, participate in disaster-free working hours reporting activities, and establish a safety somatosensory training dojo, and conduct education and training through projects with more hazards in the factory.

(3) Cultivating professional talents

In order to develop the potential of employees, the company provides various training courses to enhance the knowledge and skills required for the career development of employees. The company's education and training system is divided into: new personnel training, in-plant level training, off-plant professional training, English/Japanese training and overseas training and other training.

(4) Multiple communication channels

In order to ensure smooth communication channels between the labor and management of the company, regular labor-management meetings are held to fully communicate with employees, and channels for complaints and reports are set up to listen to employees' opinions. In accordance with the rights granted to employees by laws and regulations, employees can decide on their own willingness to form associations. Regarding freedom of association, the company does not interfere or intervene, and maintains a harmonious labor-management relationship.