Corporate Social Responsibility|Macroblock


Integrity Management, The Most Fundamental Corporate Responsibility

Business integrity is the basic duty for an enterprise. Macroblock lays great importance on integrity and ethics. To encourage and protect the offence-reporting behaviors, the Company formulates the Ethical Management Guideline, Code of Ethical Conduct, Offence-Reporting System and Regulations by referring to the “Ethical Corporate Management Best Practice Principles for TWSE/GTWM Listed Companies”, “Procedures for Ethical Management and Guidelines for Conduct" and “Guidelines for the Adoption of Codes of Ethical Conduct for TWSE/TPEx Listed Companies” stipulated by the competent authority, which are announced on MOPS and the Corporate Regulations under the area of Investors and Corporate Governance on the official website. 

The Company has set up the special unit of corporate business integrity: Offence-Reporting Committee chaired by the Assistant Vice President of the Administration Division, with the members including: the head of Administration Dept., the head of HR Dept. and the head of Audit Dept., which is responsible for the affairs related to business integrity and offence-reporting. The chairperson of the Committee shall report the implementation status to the Board regularly every half a year.

The Company follows the business integrity principles to conduct business activities in a fair and transparent way. 

Moreover, it has stipulated the specific systems and regulations of reporting illegal (including corruption) and unethical behaviors, as explained below:

(1) Set up reporting mailbox and hotline, and provide contact channels for stakeholders on the webpage of the Company.                                       
(2) Assign special personnel to handle the offence-reporting affairs.                   
(3) Record and archive the offence-reporting handling, investigation process, investigation result and the related documents.                      
(4) Protection and rewarding measures for the informant.                            

Offence-reporting targets and subjects are explained as below:                   
1. Offence-reporting items:                                            
1) Embezzle or misappropriate public funds.         
2) Illegally encroach and privately dispose properties of the Company.               
3) Forge documents, provide wrong information, misguide decision-making, causing loss for the Company or the employees.             
4) Disclose internal secrets and customer relationship information of the Company.                           
5) Take a bribe, or practice corruption based on the managed or supervised affairs, for unlawful interests or oneself or others directly or indirectly.
6) All other behaviors against the personal fame and corporate reputation.

2. The offence-reporting scope including this system is applicable to the internal departments and personnel, and the external related departments and personnel of the Company and the subsidiaries.                      

For the offence-reporting regulations (including the channels and handling procedures in details), please refer to the Offence-Reporting Regulations of the Company.