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Commitment and Organization
CSR Commitment

To Delta, CSR encompasses sound corporate governance, balancing of stakeholder benefits, protecting the Earth's environment and social contribution. As a global corporate citizen, Delta supports international standards such as the Electronic Industry Code of Conduct (EICC), the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Labor Office Tripartite Declaration of Principles and the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises. We also place a strong emphasis on corporate governance. Through continued innovation, developing high value-added products and building a work environment where employees can live up to their full potential, we create the maximum benefits for our employees, shareholders and society as a whole. We are committed to the following :
Maintain sound corporate governance and strictly abide by commercial andethical standards
Comply with laws and regulations
Provide employees with a safe and healthy work environment where they can live up to their full potential in return for reasonable remuneration and benefits
Support environmental protection and energy conservation education and encourage employees to take part in community activities
To minimize differences in education opportunities in urban and rural areas, Delta provides technical and vocational education to develop talent with cooperative education through its DeltaMOOCx Online Learning Platform
Create company value and enhance shareholder value
Promote CSR ideals and practices throughout Delta's supply chain and work together for better performance
Develop environmentally-friendly, energy saving products and implement sound practices to reduce our impact on the environment
Invest in innovation and research, develop intellectual property rights, and devote ourselves to the progress of human culture and technology, the development of society and the economy, as well as the sustainable development of the Earth and its environment
CSR Organization

The top CSR organization within Delta is the CSR Board. Mr. Bruce Cheng, the founder and honorary chairman of Delta Electronics, serves as honorary chairman of the committee, while Chairman Yancey Hai acts as the chairman. The committee is composed of the following members: the Vice Chairman, Mr. Mark Ko, the CEO, Mr. Ping Cheng; the COO, Mr. Johnson Lee, and the top executives of Thailand and China. It is the responsibility of the board to define Delta's CSR strategies, review the policies set by the functional committees and supervise overall execution. The annual CSR achievements are reported to the Board in the following year.

The CSR Board oversees the advisory organizations and implementation units. The CSR Office serves as the secretariat for analyzing international trends in sustainable development and understanding stakeholder expectations to identify the risks and opportunities for Delta on relevant issues. The office also works with the functional committees to plan response strategies and execute action plans. The other advisory organization is the Delta Electronics Foundation. The Foundation is mainly responsible for communicating and interacting with the external community and nonprofit organizations with a particular focus on environmental protection, technological innovation and education promotion. Implementation consists of the Electronic Industry Code of Conduct (EICC) Committee, the Green Product and Supply Chain Management Committee and the Green Operations Committee. The three functional committees are made up of heads from the business groups/units, region/site directors and the relevant department directors. The committees have the responsibility for formulating Delta policy, defining indicators, developing tools/processes and reporting on implementation performance. Under each committee are various working groups, each with their own particular theme. The working groups are responsible for interdepartmental coordination and execution.

In order to promote the effective implementation of ESG (environmental, social and economic-oriented) activities, regional branches pursue the three dimensions of corporate governance, environmental protection and energy saving, employee relations and social contribution. The three functional committees related to these are made up of heads from the business groups/ units, region/site directors and the relevant department directors. The committees have the responsibility to formulate policy, define indicators, develop tools/processes and report on implementation performance. The three committees set up nine project working groups to promote the integration and implementation of related cross-department efforts.

The Delta CSR Organizational Structure is shown below :

Support of International Corporate Initiatives

In response to the Climate Disclosure Project in 2015, Delta made three commitments under the “We Mean Business” project, which were: disclosing climate change information, influencing carbon reduction policies, and voluntarily reducing carbon emissions.

Delta advocates the anti-corruption initiative launched by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in 2004 and the formulation of “Ethical Corporate Management Best Practice Principles” based on laws and regulations to establish a business model which is characterized by an ethical business culture and positive commercial operations. It is clearly stated in the code that board members, managers, and employees are not allowed to directly or indirectly provide, promise, request, or accept any form of improper benefit or engage in other forms of unethical behavior that are illegal or that violate integrity or fiduciary obligations in the course of commercial operations to gain or maintain benefits.

The Code also governs education, training, complaints and disciplinary action. The Delta Code of Conduct is a core part of orientation training. In addition to the hosting of actual courses and campaigns on a regular basis, digital courses are also provided in Taiwan and China. It is the responsibility of every employee to protect Delta's reputation by maintaining the highest ethical standards. Any behavior that violates the Code shall be considered as misconduct. We require all employees to follow the contents of the Code of Conduct to safeguard the rights of Delta and all stakeholders. When finding that another Delta employee could be involved in activities that violate the law or the Code, all Delta employees have an obligation to report the matter to the head of the unit the employee belongs to, the head of the audit department, the head of the human resources department or the head of the legal department, or a local employee communication channel, such as the general manager mailbox. If an employee is reported or found during routine audits as having potentially violated the Code of Conduct, auditors will immediately gather evidence and conduct an in-depth investigation to determine if illegal behavior has occurred. An internal report is then produced and the necessary action taken by the relevant departments. If necessary, the relevant procedures and employee permissions are also revised to prevent any future reoccurrence. The Delta Audit Department also schedules audit plans on an annual basis to actively inspect the operational procedures in every plant and prevent the occurrence of violations of the Code of Conduct by adding OS control points.

Every Delta employee is personally responsible for the maintenance of the company's reputation according to the highest moral standards. Violations of this code are regarded as inappropriate behavior, which will be penalized according to the relevant company regulations and handled according to local laws. All employees are requested to observe those norms and regulations to guarantee the rights and benefits of Delta and all involved parties. In addition, Delta has formulated the “Management Procedures for Handling Charitable Donations or Sponsorships” to regulate donations and financial contributions by the company and guarantee greater transparency in such activities.
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