Employees

The MSI is a melting pot of talents from different ethnic groups and all from parts of the world. Therefore, we treat employees in the same way without distinction of any kind, such as race, color, sex, age, religion, political or other opinions, national or social origins, or other status. We have established the Gender Equality Committee, related management regulations, and sexual harassment prevention channels inclusive of dedicated emails and hotlines. We are unwilling to contract child labor and has also established related management regulations in accordance with local laws and regulations.

The employment, wage, and benefits of our employees all comply with local legal requirements. The rights and obligations of labors and the code of conduct of employees are well defined. Besides, the work rules are established in accordance with the Labor Standards Act and related local laws and regulations to provide a reference for employees to behave.

Employee development is our focus. Given employees are indispensable from the future development of MSI; therefore, we begin with the selection, education, and retention of employees. As for employee education, we start from plan and implement internal and external training for employees. We have also established the Training and Education Management Regulations as the reference of continuing education and internal training of employees. Employees at MSI can receive continuing education and seek self-development through comprehensive learning channels and resources, such as internal training, external training, and expatriation. We also organize conferences, speeches, and e-learning programs for employees to improve professional skills and competencies. MSI University (MSIU) has College of Leadership Development, College of Sales and Marketing, College of Research and Development, and College of Technology with common training and non-management competency training.

Since 2008, we have been awarded the Badge of Accredited Healthy Workplace by the Taiwan’s Ministry of Health every year. In fact, all MSI complexes have an infirmary staffed by licensed physicians and nurses to provide employees with just-in-time, professional healthcare services. The Employee Assistance Project (EAP) was initiated on 1 November, 2011. By dialing 8585 (help me, help me in Taiwanese), employees can get help for the following issues: work stress, emotional problems, tax, legal affairs, medical care, and others. By combing internal and external services, EAP helps employees to solve related problems and release work stress and emotions to regain mental health, so that their family will not need to worry about their physical and mental condition.

Various hardware and software facilities and activities are arranged at different plant sites according to the preferences of employees. In addition to using these facilities on ordinary days, employees have organizational activities, club activities, athleticism and cross-departmental gatherings periodically organized by individual plant sites. These activities of different types are wished to provide employees physical and mental relaxation and make them enjoy a rich, healthy and balanced life between work and leisure.