Sustainable Development 

To build a management system, strengthen organizational functions and build harmonious labor-management relations, we have established our social responsibility policies according to the ETI (Ethical Trading Initiative) Base Code and our working rules pursuant to the Labor Standards Act. The main requirements of the policies and rules are briefly described as follows:
1. Social responsibility policies:
(I) A freely chosen employment relationship 
(II) Respect for the rights to free association and collective bargaining
(III) Safe and healthy working conditions
(IV) No child labors
(V) Payment of wages sufficient to sustain a living
(VI) No excessively long working hours
(VII) No discrimination
(VIII) A regular employment relationship
(IX) No cruel and inhumane treatment of workers
(X) Pollution prevention and resource conservation
(XI) Ethical requirements
2 Working rules:
2.1 Discipline and order at the workplace
1. No smoking and prohibited goods in the workplace.
2. Be obedient under the direction and supervision of managers at all levels and provide your opinion on improvement to your supervisor.
3. Protect and do not waste public property.
2.2 Occupational ethics and professionalism
1. Do not divulge, externally, any business or technical secret of any department.
2. Do not arbitrarily read any document, letter, design drawing or information not under your management.
3. Except for conducting the business of our company, no worker may use the name of our company when engaging in any business not within his/her personal responsibilities and powers.
4. Do not engage in any external business that is likely to prejudice the business of our company or which is the same as that of our company.
5. Do not use the working hours or resources of our company to carry out any activity not constituting the relevant business of our company. 
6. Our company may, due to business or working needs, order any employee to transfer to another position on the condition that such transfer does not violate the Labor Standards Act. The transferred employee must complete job handover and take his/her new position within a specified time limit, and may not refuse his/her transfer with any reason.
2.3 Personal ethics and self-discipline
1. Employees must keep their integrity, respect other’s personality and help each other to jointly achieve our business objectives.
2. Employees must be honest in their daily behavior and must not be involved in any conduct that may cause harm to our reputation, such as being licentious or extravagant, visiting prostitutes or gambling.
3. Employees must perform their duties as practical as possible instead of being afraid of difficulties, avoiding or delaying their work without any reasons.
4. Employees must have innovative spirits to seek for work efficiency.
5. Employees must inspire themselves by studying and discipline.