Minor International Public Company Limited

Minor relies on the support of our employees as well as stakeholders within our communities for sustainable growth. We aim to empower our workforce and our community, especially youths, through inclusion, education, job creation, and community investments - enabling good corporate citizenship while building reputational capital, customer loyalty, and a pipeline of skilled human resources.

Employee Development

Investing in our people is essential as they are our company's most valuable assets. We foster continuous learning through tailored development programs for all levels. We aim to equip our people with knowledge and skills needed for their professional growth as well as their individual development. Details about our development programs can be found in Employee Development section in our report.

Labor Practices

Minor upholds inclusive, ethical workplaces by safeguarding employee rights and dignities. Our Human Rights Policy tackles discrimination, including those based on gender, racial or ethnic origin, nationality, religion or belief, disability, age, and sexual orientation. Details about our efforts can be found in Human Rights section under Responsible Business.

Occupational Health, Safety, and Well-being

Minor commits to being a responsible employer. We continue to promote employees’ and contractors’ health, safety, and well-being, mentally, physically, and financially. Improving our employees’ and contractors’ health, safety, and well-being results in higher productivity and morale, being the Great Place to Work®, and attracting future workforce. Minor’s Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) and Well-being Framework consists of four dimensions including workplace, body and mind, family and society, and finance. We continue enhancing the Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) across all businesses and have set OHS targets to ensure health and safety of our employees and contractors. For example, we have a group-wide target of zero annual work-related fatality of employees, while NMT Limited, a manufacturing facility under Minor, continues to pursue targets of zero lost time accident (Zero Accident) and reduction in loss time frequency injury rate (LTIFR) of employees and contractors. Furthermore, we have various initiatives empowering employees to share concerns and recommendations to advance health, safety, and well-being of all employees.

Community Empowerment

Minor is dedicated to fostering relationships with the communities in our operational locales through an extensive stakeholder engagement. We also cultivate social responsibility mindset among employees and encourage our business worldwide to undertake social responsibility activities that can create positive impacts on the society where we operate. Our local operations teams conduct engagements to seek input from residents, community leaders, and local government agencies and organization to understand concerns, needs, and aspirations – then direct resources to address them through targeted strategies. In the process we also identify potential risks and assess business impacts and opportunities, if any. Minor monitors our social responsibility activities and measures the outcome and impact we made in alignment to Business for Societal Impact (B4SI)’s Community Investment framework. Details about our community initiatives can be found in Community Empowerment section in our report.