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Talent and human capital is the most important element in companies. WNC promises to: comply with international human rights standards such as the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Ten Principles of The UN Global Compact, the International Labour Organization’s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, and the RBA Code of Conduct; abide by labor laws and national acts such as the Act of Gender Equality in Employment; and adhere to principles of respect for human rights to employ appropriate talent for corresponding positions. We will not consider an individual’s gender, age, ethnic background, nationality, religion, marital status or political affiliation as an advantage or disadvantage during evaluation. We check, adjust, and formulate a reward distribution system that is competitive across the industry, and commit to establishing a credible, healthy, and safe working environment by performing internal OHSAS 18001 audits and verification by a third party annually to ensure workplace security and sanitary conditions meet international standards. To prevent slavery or human trafficking, WNC complies with both local laws and international standards, including the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 and the UK Modern Slavery Act of 2015. We also require all suppliers to comply with all relevant laws, sign the WNC Supplier CSR Declaration, and follow the WNC Supplier Code of Conduct.

WNC Modern Slavery Statement

Recruitment and Employment

WNC employs diverse methods to retain its outstanding talent. For colleagues with different qualifications at different levels of the organization, we offer freshman orientation, bonuses for long terms of service and outstanding performance, internal transfers, promotions, salary-structure adjustments, and a strengthening of the management structure (among other incentive measures) in order to create a complete and superior work environment.

Overall Remuneration


WNC regularly adjusts employee salaries to ensure reasonable compensation for colleagues as well as to attract and retain talented employees. Taking into consideration other factors including stockholder rights and interests, employee quality of life, and sustainable development of the company, employee wages are also regularly adjusted according to current price levels, market supply/demand status, average salary levels in the industry, and local laws/regulations.

Training and Development

WNC attaches great importance to recruiting talented people and improving their skills and general knowledge. Based on this concept and the principles of growth, innovation, and cooperation, employees are provided with job function enhancement training programs, key competencies enhancement programs, and supervisory and leadership training.


Employee Care

WNC values the health and safety of all employees and has worked to establish a safe and healthy working environment. In addition to establishing ESH regulations, WNC carries out a broad range of risk assessments on work environments and manages changes in the production system to review the operations of the occupational safety and health system.