LITE-ON Technology Corporation

Human Rights Policy

LITE-ON Technology Corporation (hereinafter referred to as “LITE-ON”) respects and supports internationally recognized human rights standards and principles, including the “Universal Declaration of Human Rights”, the “United Nations Global Compact”, and the “Declaration of Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work” of the International Labor Organization, and complies with local laws and regulations. According to the “UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights”, LITE-ON formulates relevant company policies and measures.

Scope of Application
LITE-ON human rights policy is applicable to LITE-ON and its affiliated companies. LITE-ON is committed to respecting, protecting, and remediating employees, suppliers, and partners, who may be subjected to human rights violation. In addition, LITE-ON expects its suppliers and contractors to act in accordance to the spirit and basic principles of this policy.
Commitments of Human Rights

  1. LITE-ON believes that respecting and protecting human rights is the foundational to the sustainable development and operation of a corporation.
  2. LITE-ON takes into account human rights issues in every link of its operational value chain.
  3. LITE-ON provides stakeholders with accessible communication channels.

Principles of Management
LITE-ON 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 audit are performed regularly. The human right issues to which LITE-ON attaches great important are the following:

  1. Prohibiting any form of discrimination
  2. Prohibiting forced labor and child labor
  3. Providing fair and reasonable pay and working conditions
  4. Providing a safe, hygienic and healthy work environment
  5. Respecting employees freedom of assembly and association



“LITE-ON Identification of Mitigation Measures for Human Rights Impacts”

“LITE-ON Identification of Remedial Measures for Human Rights Impacts”

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