Human Rights

Human Rights

Human Rights Declaration

ASUSTeK does not discriminate against people based on race, sex, age, political affiliation, religion, and disability status. We follow the local minimum age requirement, local regulations, EICC and other relevant provisions as well as announce our Declaration on Human Rights policy in accordance to the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. ASUSTeK Declaration on Human Rights policy is as follow:

§ No child labor
  Comply with local minimum age laws and requirements and do not employ child labor.
§ Minimum wages
  Compensate our employees with wages and benefits that meet or even exceed the local legally required minimum.
§ Working hours
  Provide employees with periodic holidays with pay. Do not force our employees to work more than the maximum hours of daily labor set by local laws. Comply with overtime pay requirements or compensations where required.
§ Non-discrimination
  Prohibit discrimination based on race, color, age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, disability, union membership or political affiliation. All are entitled to equal protection against any discrimination.
§ No harsh or inhumane treatment
  Prohibit physical abuse, harassment or the threat of either.
§ Freely-chosen employment
  Ensure no forced, bonded or involuntary prison labor is used in the production of ASUS products or services. Ensure that the overall terms of employment are voluntary.
§ Health and Safety
  Provide all our employees with a healthy and safe working environment with mutual trust and respect.
§ Employee training and development
  Provide facilities, training programs, time and subsidies to support our employees'' career development.

California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010

On January 1, 2012, the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (Senate Bill 657) will go into effect in the State of California. The Act requires manufacturers and retailers to disclose information about their efforts to address the issue of slavery and human trafficking from their direct supply chains, thus allowing consumers to know whether manufacturers and retailers of goods they choose to support proactively engage with these issues.

ASUSTeK declares that we and our direct supply chains do not involve in the issue of slavery and human trafficking. ASUSTeK has undertaken efforts to ensure and verify the absence of forced labor and child labor in our supply chain. These efforts includes:

  • Verification & Certification:
  • ASUSTeK requires all suppliers to sign and comply with "Consent of ASUSTeK Code of Conduct" and go through a series of self surveys before the audit, and only suppliers that pass the audit will be included in our Qualified Vendors List (QVL). CSR survey is included as part of the verification since 2011. Please see Supplier Conduct Principles for more information.
  • Auditing:
  • ASUSTeK performs regular CSR audit to our direct supply chains. Please see Supplier CSR Audit Policy and Standards and Supplier CSR Audit Analysis for more information.
  • Internal Accountability: ASUSTeK formulates the CSR Audit Policy and ensures the designated auditors on supply chains fully aware and understand the importance the CSR audit.
  • Training:
  • ASUSTeK holds annual supplier workshops to educate them and promote our CSR policy.