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People and Community

Friendly Workplace

Getac believes that talent is the key to the sustained growth and profitability of a company, and a happy and secure workplace can boost employees’ creativity and morale. Therefore, Getac is committed to creating a friendly and safe work environment. Starting with corporate culture, we encourage a culture of transparent and open communication that transcends cultural and regional boundaries. As long as individuals have the ability, they have equal opportunities for advancement. We provide competitive salary and benefits, comprehensive education and training, and a comfortable and safe working environment to attract and retain excellent talent.

Getac Holdings is committed to upholding basic human rights and adheres to the requirements of the Responsible Business Alliance (RBA). The company supports the principles of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the United Nations Global Compact, and the International Labour Organization’s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. In accordance with these principles, the company has developed its human rights policy to enhance the awareness of human rights among its internal colleagues and stakeholders and to prevent any actions that infringe upon or violate human rights.

Getac’s human rights policy includes:

  1. Compliance with local labor rights and regulations and acceptance of inspections and monitoring by competent authorities.
  2. Provide a safe, friendly, equal and equal working environment for all employees. Employment and promotion do not differ due to race, skin color, gender, age, language, region, or politics. Unequal treatment, discrimination, sexual harassment and workplace bullying are prohibited.
  3. Prohibition of child labor.
  4. Respect employees’ right to freely choose their work, and under no circumstances shall use forced or coercive means to restrict employees’ labor.
  5. Employee working hours management and salary payment meet or exceed regulatory standards.
  6. Respect the rights of employees to organize and participate in trade unions of their choice, to bargain collectively and to participate in peaceful assemblies.
  7. Provide a smooth grievance mechanism, anyone can file a formal complaint, and shall not be discriminated against or retaliated against. We strive to ensure that this process is transparent, and that all grievance will be dealt with anonymously.

In 2022, the company revised its ESG guidelines and supplier code of conduct. The code explicitly states that in ensuring, respecting, and remedying human rights, the company takes actions consistent with the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Business Conduct. These actions include proactively establishing human rights due diligence procedures, identifying and assessing relevant human rights issues, and establishing an effective and confidential internal grievance mechanism to ensure the implementation of the human rights policy. The company also requires its cooperative suppliers to commit to the spirit and fundamental principles of human rights.

Getac Holdings and its subsidiaries provide a whistleblowing and complaint channel to encourage both internal and external individuals to report any dishonest or unlawful behaviors. Complaint and reporting systems and regulations are established to address issues related to unethical conduct, corporate pollution, workplace harassment, and labor rights, among others. The identity of whistleblowers is kept confidential to ensure their protection, and measures are in place to prevent retaliation or personal threats against them. Upon receiving a complaint or report, the Audit Department or the responsible units will initiate an investigation within a specified timeframe, depending on the nature of the case. Effective communication with the whistleblower regarding the progress of the case is ensured. If the investigation confirms the validity of the reported case, appropriate measures and remedies will be taken in accordance with company policies and regulations to prevent similar incidents from recurring.

People & Community

Salary and Benefits

Compensation System

Adhering to the principles of fairness, justice, and objectivity, Getac Holdings offers equal employment opportunities to job seekers. Employee compensation is not differentiated based on race, religion, political affiliation, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, or physical or mental disabilities. The company provides salaries and benefits that exceed market standards. The salary level is regularly reviewed by the Remuneration Committee through industry salary surveys to assess the connection between employee compensation and market trends, evaluate salary growth potential, and provide salary increases and promotions to outstanding employees. The allocation of employee bonuses is determined each year based on the business performance and is reported in board meetings and shareholder meetings.

Compensation system

Welfare System

Comprehensive welfare measures are provided and arranged by the Welfare Committee. For employees working in Taiwan headquarters, the benefits include labor and health insurance, maternity and paternity leaves (or parental care leave), group insurance, birthday and festive gifts, club subsidies, employee travel subsidies, employee health check-ups, employee canteen, gym, and English course subsidies. To boost employees’ relations with their families and children, movie screenings are held every quarter and employees’ families are encouraged to participate. Kunshan employees are entitled to maternity and paternity leaves, leave for female employees to breastfeed their babies at home, and various social insurance protection in accordance with local laws and regulations. In addition to employee travel subsidies and birthday gifts, allowances based on employees’ job positions are also provided.

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Parental Care Leave

According to Taiwan‘s “Gender Equality in Employment Act,” employees in Taiwan who have worked for at least one year are eligible to apply for unpaid parental leave, with a maximum duration of two years until their child turns three years old. After the completion of their unpaid parental care leave, Getac will arrange for them to be reinstated and update them on the company’s latest happenings.

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Retirement Plan

Retirement applications and approvals are based on the Labor Standard Act and the Labor Pension Act. In pursuant to relevant regulations, Getac files report and contributes pension to dedicated pension account of the Bank of Taiwan (applicable to the old pension system) or employees’personal pension account (applicable to the new pension system).

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A Healthy And Safe Workplace​

As a company that values employee safety and health, we place great importance on occupational safety and health management. Our Taiwan facility implements the occupational safety and health management system in accordance with Article 23 of the Occupational Safety and Health Act. Both our production bases in China and Vietnam have obtained ISO 45001 certification for occupational safety or an equivalent level of certification for management systems, ensuring that our occupational safety and health practices comply with international standards and safeguard the safety and health of our employees in their work. At Getac, a total of 7,352 employees, accounting for 91.45% of the total workforce, have been certified under the ISO 45001 management system.

Getac’s management target is to achieve zero deaths and occupational illnesses. We continue to implement workplace health and safety management practices. In 2022, GTH, GTC, GTK, MTPZ achieved the goal of zero accidents with no work-related injuries. There were no reported cases of occupational diseases or work-related deaths at any of the company’s global operating locations.

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Training and Talent Fostering​

Getac’s talent development policy aims to enrich employees’ knowledge and skills, enhance work efficiency and quality, and align individual career growth with the company’s development. Starting from the employees’ onboarding process, we provide systematic and diverse training programs to promote continuous learning and development. We also review the implementation status and measure the outcomes of various training initiatives, allowing us to optimize and improve our training effectiveness.

In recent years, with the rise of Artificial Intelligence, big data, and digital transformation, our company’s talent development plan focuses on cultivating and attracting more AI-related technical talents, fostering employee learning in digital transformation, and deepening relevant expertise. Through the application of digital transformation, we aim to enhance work efficiency, customer experience, and even business model transformation.

In 2022, the total education and training hours for Getac amounted to 594,461.5 hours, an increase of 19,927.47 hours compared to 2021. The average training hours per employee were 73.95 hours.

In 2021, the average number of hours of education and training received by all employees of Getac Holdings Corporation was 60.73, a decrease of 14.67 hours compared to 2020. The difference is due to the fact that during the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to avoid social clusters, fewer physical courses and large-scale courses were held for direct employees, and fewer external courses were attended by supervisors and indirect employees, which is the main reason for the decrease in total training hours. However, the number of training hours for indirect employees increased rather than decreased. In recent years, the Company has been optimizing the content of online digital courses, so that employees are free to enroll in them according to their individual job requirements and use their free time to complete them online. In 2021, indirect employees received 62.91 hours of training and supervisors received 48.60 hours of training.

Getac aspires to construct a flourishing enterprise that drives economic growth and employment opportunities, fostering a harmonious society and promoting well-being. We are committed to upholding the rights of labor, following the guidelines of responsible business alliance practices. Gradually, we aim to enhance workplace diversity, equality, and inclusivity. In pursuit of this goal, we prioritize promoting exceptional female employees, optimizing recruitment channels for individuals with disabilities, and providing an improved working environment to attract and retain talent.

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Social participation

The growth and prosperity of a company come from social resources and the support of the public. With a deep sense of gratitude and appreciation, the Board of Directors of Getac Holdings sets aside a portion of profits each year and allocates it to the “Getac Holdings Charity Trust Fund.” In 2022, as the world gradually recovered from the pandemic and social interactions and activities resumed, the Company continued to focus on education and social welfare. We established long-term partnerships with various non-profit organizations, social welfare foundations, care centers, and intelligent development centers, supporting their organizational development and participating in safeguarding programs. Our efforts aimed to provide assistance and care to underprivileged families, rural education, and child welfare. In 2022, a total of NT$450,000 was spent to support the disadvantaged in society.

Caring for disadvantaged groups

Dawn Care Home Hualien

  • The Dawn Care Home’s “Meal Subsidy Program” primarily allocates funds to provide meals for 62 individuals aged 35 and above with intellectual and multiple disabilities, accounting for 54% of the total residents. With more than half of the residents facing aging-related issues, the central kitchen in the care home not only provides three meals a day throughout the year but also offers individualized dietary services for those with abnormal nutritional indicators.
  • In 2022, the Dawn Care Home served a total of 115 individuals with intellectual and multiple disabilities, providing 112,083 meals. The meals were based on a 15-day rotating menu designed by contracted nutritionists.

Taitung Muh Shin Intellectual Development Centre

  • The Muh Shin Intellectual Development Center primarily serves people with disabilities in remote areas of Taitung. It provides day and night care for individuals with disabilities, including rehabilitation services, special dietary services, health and wellness programs, medical transportation assistance, and employment training support, ensuring proper care for people with disabilities in rural areas.
  • In 2022, the Shepherd’s Mind Development Center served 111 individuals with disabilities, providing training for 24,000 person-times, including daily living support, rehabilitation training, and accompanying medical visits. The Shepherd’s Bakery Sheltered Workshop provided training for 9,000 person-times.

The Christian Quaker Meeting Dragonfly Church

  • The Christian Quaker Meeting Dragonfly Center for Vulnerable Families is dedicated to providing after-school counseling and related shelter and placement services for children from disadvantaged families. These vulnerable families include single-parent households, multi-generational households, impoverished families, low-income households, indigenous children, children of new immigrants, families facing significant crises, and high-risk families.
  • In the year 2022, the center provided after-school counseling services to a total of 60 elementary and junior high school students, and shelter and placement services to 3 students.

The Catholic Father Bai Yongen Social Welfare Foundation

  • The Father Bai Yongen Social Welfare Foundation of the Catholic Church participates in the “Together with You, Guarding and Spreading the Warmth of Love” project. It provides residential care, life education, and rehabilitation for individuals with disabilities. The foundation also offers early intervention and music art therapy for children with developmental delays, as well as supportive services such as parenting workshops. In response to the long-term care needs of the aging society, it implements community care functions.
  • In the year 2022, the foundation provided care services for a total of 94 impoverished elderly individuals, with home meal delivery service provided to 58 individuals. The full-day services for individuals with disabilities accommodated 31 people, while one-on-one developmental and disability intervention services were provided to 57 children.

Taiwan Love and Hope Children’s Care and Development Association

  • The Taiwan Love and Hope Children’s Care and Development Association participates in the “Assistance Program for Nutritious Meals and Equipment Needs for Children in Remote and Underprivileged Areas.” The program provides subsidies for nutritious meals, food supplies for cooking dinner in after-school classes, and funding for necessary equipment. This support enables underprivileged children in remote areas to have sufficient meals and a conducive environment for doing homework.
  • In the year 2022, the Love and Hope Association provided meal subsidies to over 20 remote after-school class locations across Taiwan, benefiting over 5,000 elementary and middle school students through their caring services.

Hana Home, Taitung County

  • The Hana Home, a private institution in Taitung County, caters to infants and toddlers aged zero to two years old who are orphaned or have no guardians. They provide 24-hour nurturing and care, including living assistance, healthcare, and psychological support.
  • In 2022, the Hana Home served a total of 23 infants and toddlers. They facilitated 141 referrals for medical services and 41 referrals for early intervention services. Additionally, they arranged for 9 children to be placed in foster families and matched 3 children with adoptive families, enabling them to embark on new lives.

Promoting Sustainable Volunteer Day and Contributing to Local Revitalization

Starting from 2023, Getac encourages employees to actively engage in social welfare and environmental sustainability volunteer activities. We take the initiative in planning these activities and designate specific days as “Sustainable Volunteer Day.” On this day, employees have the option to either work at the company or participate in volunteer activities organized by us.

To enhance employee participation, we take care of all arrangements, including itinerary planning, transportation, meals, and souvenirs for the volunteers. Moving forward, we will continue organizing a diverse range of ESG activities that are environmentally friendly. For instance, tree planting and supporting local organic farming initiatives are on the agenda. Through Sustainable Volunteer Day, our colleagues can develop ecological conservation awareness and demonstrate their commitment to reducing carbon footprints in their daily lives. This approach is a crucial step towards achieving sustainable business operations and net-zero carbon emissions. Additionally, we actively contribute to local community revitalization efforts, promoting the well-being and harmony of the places where we operate.

Getac Beach Cleanup Volunteer Day

In response to World Earth Day, Getac organized its first “Beach Cleanup Volunteer Day” on a make-up work day, March 25th. Employees were called upon to participate in a beach cleanup activity at Fulung Beach. The central theme of the event was “Low Carbon, Zero Trace, Green Living,” emphasizing the practice of low-carbon activities. From the planning stage to execution, extra efforts were made to avoid generating environmental pollution, reducing carbon emissions, and minimizing environmental contamination, all in the spirit of creating a more eco-friendly and sustainable environment for our planet.

A total of 151 employees actively participated in this volunteer activity, and the event adopted the “International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) Data Card” designed by the Ocean Conservancy (TOC) to classify marine debris. This standardized data card allowed for uniform calculation standards for marine waste collected from various locations worldwide. Throughout the beach cleanup campaign, an impressive 154.4 kilograms of coastal waste were removed, showcasing the fruitful outcome of this effort.

Getac Team Building Camp: The Quest for Liao Tian-Ding’s Treasure

In response to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and to support “Local Revitalization,” Getac takes action to address issues caused by urban-rural disparities, such as population outflow, aging, and economic decline in local communities. The concept of “Local Revitalization” focuses on leveraging local characteristics, revitalizing the area, and supporting the economic development of local communities.

On June 17th, on a make-up work day, Getac organized the ” Getac Team Building Camp: The Quest for Liao Tian-Ding’s Treasure” activity. The event not only provided competitive prizes, meals, and local souvenirs but also integrated the idea of “Local Revitalization” into the team-building camp.

A total of 420 employees participated in the event, engaging in team competitions with local businesses. This not only tested team cohesion among colleagues but also fostered camaraderie and balanced physical and mental well-being. Through interactive games related to the historical significance of Dadaocheng, participants delved into the local culture and stories of the area. Additionally, the event included opportunities to taste local cuisine and enjoy exclusive discounts at local establishments, contributing to the economic vitality of the neighborhood and promoting sustainable local development.

Cultivating Industrial Experts

Connecting creative energy to industry development and transforming inspiration into tangible and achievable plans has always been the direction that Getac Investment and Control encourages young people to pursue. Getac Investment and Control, along with its affiliated companies, wholeheartedly promotes the “Youth Show Cup Creative Competition.” In 2003, the Youth Show Foundation entered campuses and organized the “First Youth Show Cup Creative Digital Content Competition.” Over the past twenty years, it has nurtured over 30,000 young students, providing a platform for practical creativity and self-expression for domestic colleges and universities. The competition has become a representative benchmark for fostering talent and has evolved alongside Taiwan’s digital technology and design education development.

With the goal of cultivating international digital content and design talent, the competition has been walking hand in hand with the younger generation, creating a glorious future of innovation for Taiwan’s industries.

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Y.S. Award

The 20th Youth Innovation Cup is themed “Cultivating a Sustainable New Future.” It responds to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Sustainable development is no longer just empty talk; it has become a tangible action guideline and a common language for the world. With regards to achieving net-zero carbon emissions, the intersection of sustainability issues and digital innovation technology is crucial for strengthening sustainable development and stimulating the circular economy in industrial development.

Getac Holdings encourages participating teams to develop conceptual proposals for the application software or VR scene application of rugged laptops and tablet computers in special environments such as national defense, public safety, logistics, transportation, healthcare, industry, and natural resources. The proposals should embody environmentally friendly and sustainable innovation concepts, opening up possibilities for innovative design and digital creation and constructing a future blueprint for smart technology, ecological environment, and sustainable development. This year’s digital application and industrial design category can be broadly divided into three major directions: sustainable environmental and ecological issues, applications of environmentally friendly materials; detection and assistance in future transportation and public safety; and the development of educational and entertaining projects integrating SDGs and technology.

The works of the winners in each category not only impress with their creativity but also demonstrate feasibility and relevance to real-life situations. In the Dynamic Image category, the winner of the Getac Technology Creative Marketing award, titled “The Harder It Gets, the Stronger It Gets,” received high praise from the judges. It showcased a high level of video production and sparked public awareness of the impact of war disasters and abnormal climate on Earth, emphasizing the ability for individuals to contribute to human survival.


At Getac, we believe in social responsibility and contributing to the well-being of the communities we serve. That’s why we’re proud to introduce our Getac Sponsorship Program — an initiative embodying our commitment to innovation through giving back.

Through this program, we hope to see innovative organizations achieve more through greater productivity, efficiency, and impact, while also demonstrating our commitment to addressing social challenges and strengthening our communities. We believe that by working together, we can create a better future for all by making a positive difference in the world.

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What We Do

We provide sponsorship opportunities to organizations in environmental & outdoor research, health & safety, disaster response, and extreme sports, empowering innovators, heroes, and adventurers to do more and go farther.

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Environmental & Outdoor Research

  • Supporting those who care about the Earth with cutting-edge technology solutions that can enhance and accelerate research.
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Health & Safety

  • Enabling digital transformation for budget-constrained organizations so they can make a positive impact on their communities.
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Disaster Relief

  • Sponsoring first response equipment to be used on the front lines of emergencies and natural disasters around the world.
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Shared Values

  • Empowering those who share our values of innovation, social responsibility, and making a positive impact on the world.
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  • Sponsoring training and performance equipment for the next generation of extreme athletes and global adventurers.

Cool Experiences

See how our partners contribute to positive social change. Getac Sponsorship empowers organizations to fund programs and initiatives, raise awareness of important issues, and engage with communities and stakeholders. Through Getac Sponsorship, we can make a real difference in the world and help create a better and fairer society.

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Getac x BTCC

Getac has worked closely with the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) to digitize key race day operations, including safety and compliance checks, team communications, and vehicle diagnostics, in the latest phase of its ongoing strategic technology partnership.

Getac x Akut

They’re there when you need them most, and now the Akut search and rescue team has the technology they need to carry out more missions and save more lives in some of the harshest environments imaginable.

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Getac x 4×4 adventures

Getac supports the 4×4 Electric project team, who are embarking on a year-long journey from the Netherlands to South Africa and back using a regular electric car. They rely solely on solar panels to charge the car’s battery, generate electricity for cooking, and use self-purified water for showering. Getac is excited to collaborate with this sustainable and self-sufficient initiative, as we believe that sustainability should be a fundamental part of technology to provide maximum benefits and meet customer expectations. 


Our partnership with Getac over the past three years has helped us realise that paper-based processes no longer have a place in fast-paced race environments

Alan Gow, Chief Executive of the BTCC

We are grateful for the support of businesses like Getac who are passionate about making a positive impact on the environment. The trees we’ll plant together will create lasting benefits for wildfire relief and climate stability

Ashley Lamontagne, Forest Campaign Manager of One Tree Planted