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Talent Cultivation Strategies

      TSC attaches great importance to the development of each employee's work function and lifelong learning. The Company has set "Implementation Points for Human Resources Cultivation and Development of TSC". The minimum number of training hours per person per year is set according to the positions and ranks of employees. The promotion system and education and training are implemented to improve the knowledge and skills of employees and cultivate correct working attitudes. TSC will immediately carry out relevant education and training on its own rights, safety and health and internal control of the Company after the employment. We constantly explore the needs of organizations and individuals, review them at all times and gradually carry out all necessary trainings to enhance their knowledge and skills required for career development. In 2018, the average training hours for each physical course and online course were 55.81 hours and 2.24 hours respectively, and the staff training expenses totaled NTD 43,664,136.


All-around Development

      The Company has formulated the “ TSC Education and Training Operation Guidelines" for the regulation of external education and training that employees coordinate, self-organize and participate in. In order to promote a multi-disciplinary learning channel and enhance training effectiveness, the Company has opened the blended course of a digital course and physical course. In 2018, it organized 4 courses, including “New Employee Camp”, “New Employee Workshop”, “Middle-level Manager Training Course” and “Primary Supervisor Training Course”. In addition, different digital courses are designated according to the trainees. The total number of training hours of company-wide reading certification in 2018 was 6,606 hours, which was estimated to save the training costs of about NTD 1.32 million.
      We encourage employees to pursue further studies and enrich their knowledge. We provide inservice education advancement subsidies. In 2018, there were 43 applications and a subsidy of NTD 740,000, which was good for improving the quality of employees. We encourage employees to actively study foreign languages, provide tuition subsidies for foreign language studies, offer subsidies for the registration fee to those who attend a foreign language examination and those who pass the exams are awarded bonuses. In 2018, 22 applications were submitted with a subsidy of NTD 140,000, which was effective in improving employees’foreign language abilities.


Human Rights Education and Training

      In order to strengthen and implement human rights, regular human rights-related courses are held, including the implementation of gender mainstreaming, sexual harassment prevention and control, the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) and seminars or courses related to gender equality, labor laws and Labor Standards Act. There were 1,937 participants in 2018. The total number of training hours was 4,580 hours, accounting for 54.4% of the total number of employees (3,560).

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