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Strengthening Governance and Adjusting Organization for a Better Future

Through transformation we have shifted our scope of business to cloud computing and edge computing, automotive and the artificial intelligence of things (AIoT) and smart service. In addition to MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation (MCT) and MiTAC International Corporation (MIC) – our major subsidiaries – we spun off the Mobile Communications BU of MIC into MiTAC Digital Technology Corporation (MDT) on January 1, 2018. Each develops its business individually and shares the group's integrated resources to strive for success.

 

Through constant improvement of the operations and structure of governance, we were rated in the top 21-35% amongst all listed companies in the 2018 governance evaluation. In 2019 we established the Audit Committee and Remuneration Committee to make continuous improvement and enhance information transparency. Making progress is our annual improvement goal.

 

Founded In

Company

Current Scope of Business

December 1982

MiTAC International Corporation

Domestic/overseas investment management, Group logistics, professional smart maintenance service and management

 

September 12, 2013

MiTAC Holdings Corporation 

Formulate Group development blueprint, investment and strategic alliance

September 1, 2014
MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation

Cloud data and computing equipment are the core products of MCT (MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation)

 
January 1, 2018
 MiTAC Digital Technology Corp.

Automotive and AIoT

 

 

Winning the Work-life Balance Award for Valuing Talent Development and Caring for Employees

To MiTAC, employees are one of the most important assets. In view of the needs, rights, and interests of employees, apart from building a fair, reasonable, friendly, and flexible workplace, we combine career development and organizational goals to provide employees with an appropriate environment and develop their competencies. In 2018, the employee turnover rate was 12%, 2% less than that of 2017; the average hours of training per employee was 56.3 hours, 14.4 hours more than that of 2017; the retention rate after parental leave was 100%; and both the disabling injury severity rate and the disabling injury frequency rate were zero. We provide employees with facilities, such as the gym, to relieve work stress; set up temporary child care space to fulfill unexpected child care needs; commission external professional counseling services to provide employees and their direct dependents with psychological, legal, health, and management counseling services. In addition, we assign a handler to every new employee to provide them with job and daily life assistance. These friendly workplace measures also enabled MCT to win the 2018 Work-Life Balance Award from the Ministry of Labor.

 

Locating Sustainable Value and Positioning through Linkage to Sustainable Development Goals

In compliance with the sustainable development indicator, we have incorporated the United Nation's 17 SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) as the foundation of MiTAC's sustainable management evaluation. Sustainable development indicators are aligned with our operating indicators according to the industry and region we are located in, as well as our brand influence, stakeholders' expectations and concerns in order to increase the transparency of our operating performance. In terms of consumer service and protection, we will invest more resources to develop more innovative products that can offer users wonderful experiences, thereby accumulating MiTAC's innovation momentum. By adopting the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) Code of Conduct as the Company's highest guiding principle in supply chain management, we are able to eliminate workplace discrimination and protect human rights. The Company's energy conservation and carbon reduction management helps to reduce operating cost and decrease carbon emissions with our suppliers. Ethical conducts and anti-corruption measures have been implemented internally and in our supply chain to fulfill our commitments as a green enterprise. In response to international carbon emission reduction initiatives, we have adjusted our development goals.