Human Rights Policy
In order to maintain, protect and promote human rights, Etron follows internationally recognized human rights standards such as the "Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)", "International Bill of Human Rights", "International Labor Organization (ILO) Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work", "United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs)" and "United Nations Global Compact (UNGC)". In addition, based on supporting and respecting the laws and regulations of the locations of operating sites around the world and citing the "Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) Code of Conduct", Etron has formulated and established related policies and management procedures to protect the rights of all employees of the company (including contracting or temporary personnel, interns, etc.) and to eliminate any violations thereof. At the same time, our supply chain partners are required to follow the same standard and fulfill corporate social responsibilities together with Etron.
Human Rights Commitment
- Respecting human rights in business is fundamental for sustainable development.
- Human rights issues are taken into consideration in all aspects of operations, including employees, customers, suppliers, business partners, and the social environments where Etron’s operations are located.
- Continuous efforts are made to provide diverse and accessible communication channels for stakeholders.
Human Rights Concerns
- Providing a safe and healthy work environment.
- Prohibiting human trafficking, forced labor and zero tolerance for child labor.
- Ensuring the rights of freedom of association and collective bargaining.
- Ensuring the security of personal data and information.
- Respecting diversity and prohibiting any form of discrimination.
- Prohibiting harassment.
- Responsible procurement and production.
- Combating corruption and preventing conflicts of interest.
- Etron builds up policies and regulations and executes the internal audit regularly and adopts the Code of Conduct of RBA (Responsible Business Alliance) as management framework.
- According to the RBA audit process, internal and external audits are performed regularly. Fostering a culture of respect for human rights, promoting awareness and training to internal decision-makers, managers, employees, as well as suppliers/contractors.