In compliance of Article 16 about the Minimum Notice Periods Regarding Operational Changes
require notice prior to redundancy when upcoming major operational alterations or changes in labor conditions can cause the damage or potential damage to the rights and interests of workers.
The representatives of the TTY labor meetings are composed of senior executives and colleagues from respective departments. Regular meetings are held every 3 months to discuss issues such as the revision of labor conditions. In this regard, TTY complies with the Taiwan government's labor laws and regulations. No significant operational alterations that severely affected employee rights or large numbers of labor contract terminations were noted during the reporting period. TTY has implemented a newcomer adaptation plan since July 2018, which includes a satisfaction survey. In the new-employee satisfaction survey, every new recruit will be sent a notice by the system after 3 months of employment, and all of these surveys need to be completed within 6 months. In year 2022, a total of 48 newcomers fulfilled the surveys and the level of newcomers' satisfaction was 89%.
Meanwhile, to maintain the rights of the stakeholders, whistleblowing was provided as an option via mailbox: firstname.lastname@example.org
, and on the corporate website and internal employee website.