Human Rights Policy


Human Rights Policy

AP Memory is committed to creating a decent work environment, adhering to local regulations at its operational locations worldwide, and safeguarding the human rights of all personnel, including full-time, contracted, and temporary employees within the company. In addition, we acknowledges and voluntarily adheres to international human rights standards such as The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, The United Nations Global Compact, The United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, and The International Labor Organization, incorporating these into internal human resources management regulations. These regulations are regularly reviewed to assess potential impacts and formulate corresponding measures.

Guiding Principles

1. Provide a diverse, inclusive, and equal work environment, prohibiting forced labor:

  • Provide gender equality and diversity in the workplace, following the principles of openness and fairness, not having different treatment based on individual age, gender, disability, race, religion, political orientation, or pregnancy.
  • Eliminate all forms of forced labor and discrimination in employment, prohibit harassment, respect privacy rights, and strive to create an equal, dignified, safe, non-discriminatory, and harassment-free work environment.
2. Do not employ child labor:

Comply with local laws regarding the minimum age and prohibit child labor.

3. Provide reasonable wages and benefits:

Provide employees with wages and benefits that meet or exceed the minimum requirements of local laws.

4. Comply with working hour regulations:

  • Define a legal and reasonable working hour system.
  • Implement a leave system, provide flexible working hours, and encourage employees to achieve work-life balance.
5. Provide a safe and healthy work environment:

Implement workplace health and safety measures, support and assist employees in maintaining physical and mental well-being, and provide an excellent and healthy workplace.

6. Establish open communication channels:

  • Provide employees with diverse communication channels, such as labor-management meetings, all hands meetings, and employee opinions management process, fostering a good communication environment to safeguard employees’ rights to express themselves freely and raise concerns or suggestions.
  • Provide external suppliers, business partners, and various stakeholders with communication channels to provide feedback or report illegal activities to the company.
7. Freedom of association:

Employees have the legal right to establish, participate in, or refuse to join associations and collective agreements.

8. Information security:

Respect the privacy of employee data and ensure that data collection and usage comply with regulatory requirements.