Results | Looking ahead
TI's key human rights-related achievements for the year included:
- Meeting with factory managers in China to ascertain how TI's human rights standards are being integrated and to provide additional related training.
- Scoring 100 percent on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's U.S. Corporate Equality Index for the third consecutive year.
- Delivering workplace harassment training to 18,000 employees globally.
- Complying with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010, which requires companies to report their efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking in their supply chain.
In 2011, TI was not aware of any incident at our sites globally related to:
There were five allegations of discrimination filed by employees and contractors with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against TI. All issues were resolved successfully.
- Human rights abuses involving indigenous people.
- Forced or compulsory labor, or child labor.
- Violations of freedom of association and collective bargaining.
In 2012, TI plans to continue visiting former National Semiconductor sites to evaluate human rights policies, reporting processes and training needs.