We recognize that enterprises have the responsibility to respect human rights and the ability to contribute to positive human rights impacts. We believe the remarkable and diverse group of people working for CyberLink and the individuals who participate in our value chain shall be treated with fundamental respect and dignity integrity. We ensure to provide a clean, respectful, healthy and safe working environment for our daily operations and value chain worldwide.
Our workforce consists of individuals from diverse backgrounds and personal beliefs, and we encourage team members to be open and authentic at work. We ensure all employees are treated equally and with integrity, and we do not tolerate discrimination based on race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, creed, the presence of any physical, sensory, or mental disabilities, age, political ideology, pregnancy, citizenship, migrant status, veteran status, ethnicity, ancestry, caste, marital or family status, or other legally protected status in our hiring and working practices. We do not tolerate discrimination, violent and threatening behavior, or harassment. We value worker feedback, and encourage transparent and direct communications between employees and their managers throughout the organization to effect positive change.
We strive to ensure that the products and services we provide respects human rights. We strive to evaluate the impact of each part of our business on human rights, to address and mitigate negative impacts, and to invest in the people behind the products and services we provide. In support of these efforts, we are continuously in collaboration with a wide range of partners, helping one another remain vigilant and aware of the potential positive and negative impacts of our products and services on the rights and well-being of our employees, customers, and communities around the world.
We are continuously holding the highest standards, and reviewing our approaches and practices to ensure full alignment with applicable laws and principles.