Human Rights Management
Human Rights Policy
ASEH and its subsidiaries are committed to safeguarding the human rights of employees and value chain partners (including customers, suppliers/distributors, agents, joint ventures and consortia partners and local communities) and promoting the sustainable development of the environment, society and economy. ASEH’s approach is designed in support of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Global Compact, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the International Labor Organization’s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. ASEH is also committed to upholding local laws and regulations in the countries where ASEH operates, and reviewing the implementation of its human rights policies on a regular basis through membership on the RBA.
- Protect and Respect：ASEH committs to creating an environment conducive to human rights protection and avoid any actions that may infringe or have a negative impact on human rights.
- Appeal and Remedy Process：ASEH prevents infringement of human rights, protect ASEH employees and value chain partners, and mitigate any adverse human rights impacts, ASEH has put in place formal processes for appeal and remedy.
- Management Principles：ASEH seeks to continuously improve human rights governance and keep in lockstep with business development trends. In order to yield positive results in the management of human rights, ASEH shall adopt the following principles: education and training, due diligence and feedback Mechanism.
Human Rights Governance
In order to adequately manage human rights issues that arise from operating a global business, ASEH implements risk management at all facilities, collates and reports the information to the ASEH CSC and top management at regular meetings.
Human Rights Management
ASEH has adopted human rights management practices that follow PDCA procedures and include risk identification, assessment, monitoring, control, and disclosure. In a reflection of the different roles played by ASEH, we focused our human rights management efforts on our employees, suppliers, and local communities, performing due diligence with each group and providing whistle-blowing channels to prevent any human rights violations.
Human rights management standards and regulations:
ASEH Human Rights Risk Management
Identify vulnerable human rights risks targets and topics, implement human rights risk assessment through corresponding due diligence methods, and provide a grievance mechanism to safeguard the rights of each stakeholder.
Implement human rights risk management in the daily operation process, starting with the policies, measures, education and documenting, to avoid possible human rights risk events and damages.
Conduct risk assessment methods based on different subjects, conduct annual human rights risk surveys, identify risk issues and targets, and report them to ASEH CSC.
Develop mitigation measures and compensation measures for human rights risks and targets that are vulnerable, plan future human rights risk management objectives, and implement continuous improvement mechanisms.
Anti-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy
ASE Technology Holding Co., Ltd. and its subsidiaries (collectively “ASEH”) are committed to fostering a workplace where every employee feels valued and respected. ASEH believes that its employees are entitled to a work environment of mutual respect, equality, safety and freedom from any form of discrimination or harassment.