Cyntec CSR

Employee

SA8000 Policy
We insist on
1. Obligated to social responsibilities, creating high quality labor conditions
2. Refuse to the hiring of child labors, takes care of young workers and no forceful labor
3. No discrimination, oppression and will not tolerate inhuman or unreasonable management
 
Employment Policy
As a world enterprise and a responsible corporate citizen, Cyntec Co., Ltd (the Company) is committed to offering our employees an environment to develop their capabilities. To fulfill this commitment, Cyntec Co., Ltd constantly strives to comply with local regulations and to meet international labor and human rights standards, including the Electronic Industry Code of Conduct(EICC), Universal Declaration of Human Rights, International Labor Office Tripartite Declaration of Principles, OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, and more. To accomplish this objective, the Company has implemented the Cyntec Employment Policy.
 
The Company promises:
1. Law Compliance:
To comply with applicable labor or employment laws and international standards wherever it operates.

2. Freely Chosen Employment:
To prohibit hiring forced labor or child labor. All jobs shall be taken voluntarily and employee scan voluntarily leave the company with a reasonable period after giving notice.

3. Humane Treatment:
To prohibit any form of harassment and inhumane treatment, including any sexual harassment, abuse, slavery, corporal punishment, threatening,exploitative, mental or physical coercion or verbal abuse of employees.

4. Non-Discrimination:
To hire employees based on capabilities, and to not discriminate based on race, religion,color, nationality, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or other reason which is protected by law in recruitment, training, awards, promotion, termination, retirement, or other employment condition.

5. Working Hours:
To establish a management mechanism for working hours in line with labor laws and regulations. Unless for special operating conditions, employees shall be allowed at least one day off for each seven working days.

6. Compensation and Benefits:
To provide employee compensation and benefits to meet the applicable laws, including minimum wages, holidays with pay and welfare provided in the law.

7. Freedom of Association:
To respect the rights of employees to associate freely on a voluntary basis and to organize labor unions, and to establish employee communication channels according to local regulations.

8. Training Opportunity:
To ensure equal opportunity for employee development and provide job-related training to enhance employee capabilities and skills.

9. Health and Safety:
To provide a safe and healthy working environment in accordance with applicable safety and health regulations, and to establish and maintain an occupational safety and health and safety management system that defines operational procedures and monitors the implementation of continuous improvements in safety and health performance.

 

Supplier

EICC and Other Environmental/Social Issues
The cooperation and participation of the entire supply chain is needed to achieve optimum results for CSR issues. Cyntec not only conforms to the Electronics Industry Code of Conduct (EICC) but we are also committed to making the most of our influence by promoting the EICC throughout our supply chain. The Cyntec supplier management procedure explicitly requires suppliers to sign a declaration of conformity for the EICC. Suppliers are also expected to follow the relevant guidelines in practice. Suppliers' cooperation and performance on environmental/social issues such as environment-related substances and EICC are now a part of our Yearly Business Review for suppliers. Cyntec is using our buying power to require suppliers to follow the environmental and social standards.

Cyntec has also adopted a conflict metal free policy that restricts the use of conflict metals mined from the DRC and its adjoining countries. Cyntec requires suppliers to sign the "Metal Source Survey" and "Declaration on Non-use of Conflict Metals" as part of our vendor management method.

As for contractors, we mainly arrange training courses and promote Cyntec's environmental and safety & health codes to ensure that any negative safety and environmental issues are avoided during their onsite operations.

 

Contribute to Society

Contributions to Society (2012)
Our employees to participate in energy education program . Starting from learning about the types of energies, students are encouraged to measure the electrical appliances in their everyday life as well as the energy consumed during product life-cycles. This is then used to introduce the concept of the carbon footprint so students can learn to take an active interest in energy-saving at home and at school. They may even help promote carbon reduction among their parents, relatives and friends.

In 2011, over one hundred Delta employees participated in the TEEP energy education volunteer activities. A total of 126 classes and 3,780 attendances benefited from the TEEP. At the end of 2011, over 50,000 attendances have received the energy education developed by Delta.