Global Talent Development Policy
To lead our global employees and organizations towards the next milestone, Wistron has implemented a strategic approach of global expansion and digital transformation. In 2022, we have consistently conducted training programs for key talents in "Digital Capabilities" and "Management Capabilities". Additionally, we have accelerated the promotion of "Global Capabilities" and "Sustainable Capabilities" to overcome barriers. Through a unified global talent development direction, we are committed to enabling our employees worldwide to grow with the organization and create sustainable career competitiveness. Wistron has established 4 major training programs with more than 12 themed courses. Apart from deepening the professional training and development of various employees, the courses also provide learning resources for cross-field information, expand the scope of personal development for employees, and drive the flow of organization talent.
4 Major training programs
More than 12 themed courses
Under a globally consistent talent development strategy, the implementation of the global learning platform, Cornerstone, was initiated in 2021. As of 2022, 17 global facilities have completed the implementation and are actively using the platform, achieving a coverage rate of 81%. This accomplishment enables the sharing and synchronization of learning resources, while providing a flexible learning environment for global employees, unconstrained by location, time and space.
In 2022, Wistron invested a total of NT$135.44 million in training worldwide. This represents a reduction of NT$38.58 million compared to the training expenditure in 2021. The decrease in cost is attributed to the shift to internal trainers delivering training to key digital talents and the utilization of internal senior executives and experts to teach the sustainability vision and strategy. The total training hours for employees worldwide amounted to 3,104,305 hours, with an average of 65.5 hours per employee. Among them, female employees received a total of 1,013,820 trainings hours with an average of 58.6 hours, and the male employees received a total of 2,090,485 training hours with an average of 69.4 hours. Manufacturing technology related employees received 2,708,359 training hours in total with 96 average training hours. Non-manufacturing technology related employees received 395,946 training hours in total with 20.6 average training hours. Managerial employees received 75,265 training hours in total with 22.7 average training hours. Non-managerial employees received 3,029,040 training hours in total with 68.7 average training hours.
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