Corporate Social Responsibility

Certification, Development and Management

To achieve the strategic goals of “Forward-looking, upward-looking, and outward-looking” technological advancement and Industry 4.0 promotion, organizational transformation into BUs was the training focus of 2017. To keep closer to the organizational needs, we arranged value-added training for management competency and foreign language proficiency to improve the foreign language communication and professional competencies of employees and thereby strengthen the overall R&D capacity, productivity, quality, and management competency of the company. By doing so, we aim to improve the per capita output and enhance overall organizational competitiveness to address Industry 4.0.
In 2017, apart from earning IDB subsidization for the Industry Mentor Program to continue the internship programs with TUST, KSU, and KYU, we maintained role certification according to the needs of individual units and completed the engineering training map for the back-end process.
In addition to constantly promoting the competency programs for supervisors of all levels, we offered English and Japanese courses in 2017 which integrated INX work situations in the materials to improve the English and Japanese proficiency of employees and to achieve learning for doing and learning by doing. Furthermore, we offered courses for the INX4.0 and IIoT concepts learning to raise the awareness of the goal of INX4.0 and understanding of the direction of IIoT development in employees.



Performance Management and Development

It has been seven years now since we started the year-end employee performance assessment in 2010 in accordance with the Performance Management and Development Regulations. In addition to connecting with the objective assessment of routine management records and the employee review mechanism, the “Upward, forward, and outward” development was included in the assessment. We also designed differential rewards based on the assessment results to achieve “Talent identification and talent development.”
In 2017, a total of 58,432 employees were assessed, including male 58% and female 42%. These figures are consistent with the workforce distributions and show no sign of gender discrimination.