Code of Conduct

This Code of Conduct and the related documents were formally adopted by ViewSonic Corp. The Code of Conduct is a set of standards on international labor law, social responsibility and environmental issues in the organization.

  1. CHILD LABOUR
    ViewSonic shall not engage in or support the use of child labor.
  2. FORCED OR COMPULSORY LABOUR
    ViewSonic shall not engage in or support the use of forced or compulsory labor.
  3. HEALTH AND SAFETY
    ViewSonic shall provide a safe and healthy workplace environment and shall take effective steps to prevent potential health and safety incidents and occupational injury or illness arising out of, associated with or occurring in the course of work.
  4. FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION & RIGHT TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
    In situations where the right to freedom of association and collective bargaining are restricted under law, ViewSonic shall allow workers to freely elect their own representatives.
  5. DISCRIMINATION
    ViewSonic shall not engage in or support discrimination in hiring, remuneration, access to training, promotion, termination or retirement based on race, national or territorial or social origin, caste, birth, religion, disability, gender, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, marital status, union membership, political opinions, age or any other condition that could give rise to discrimination.
  6. DISCIPLINARY PRACTICES
    ViewSonic shall treat all personnel with dignity and respect. ViewSonic shall not engage in or tolerate the use of corporal punishment, mental or physical coercion or verbal abuse of personnel. No harsh or inhumane treatment is allowed.
  7. WORKING HOURS
    ViewSonic shall comply with applicable laws, collective bargaining agreements (where applicable) and industry standards on working hours, breaks and public holidays.
  8. REMUNERATION
    ViewSonic shall respect the right of personnel to a living wage and ensure that wages for a normal work week, not including overtime, shall always meet at least legal or industry minimum standards. Wages shall be sufficient to meet the basic needs of personnel and to provide some discretionary income.