We continuously explore ways to enhance our approach to respecting human rights, through engagements across the world and by implementing improvements identified by our stakeholders.
The information presented on this page pertains to the year 2021.
To access the latest information, refer to our 2022 Corporate Sustainability Report .
Our codes, standards, programs and audit procedures are built around our commitment that everything we do must reflect the highest possible standards of ethical business conduct in which everyone is treated with respect and dignity.
Identifying salient human-rights risks through risk assessments, collaboration with key stakeholders, and the results from our audit program, help identify the most critical to labor and human rights issues within NXP and our supply chain.
NXP and our business partners must not be involved in any form of human-rights abuses. Through our assessments, the salient issues we identified in regards to forced and bonded labor are Fees, Retention of Documents and Fair Treatment of Vulnerable Workers During a Pandemic.
|2021 NXP Results||2021 Supply Chain Results|
|Forced and Bonded Labor
|Working Hours and Rest Days||At one site, the 60-hour working limit was exceeded for approximately 180 team members, or 6% of the site's direct-labor workforce for a period of 14 weeks. This was due to the labor shortage, challenges in hiring foreign-migrant workers, and border closures.||83% of suppliers audited did not monitor working hours and rest days. One supplier has not closed this nonconformance.|
|Young Workers||No child labor. All young workers are in accordance with relevant laws and regulations.||Child labor nonconformance was not found. All young workers are in accordance with relevant laws and regulations.|
|Accurate Contracts||Accurate contracts in native language issued to all team members.||50% of suppliers audited had inaccurate contracts. All suppliers have closed this nonconformance.|
|Fair Wages||No discrepancies in wages or benefits.||83% of suppliers audited had discrepancies in wages and benefits. All suppliers have closed this nonconformance.|
To prevent and mitigate adverse human-rights impacts, we use input from internal and external sources to prevent human-rights abuses from occurring. For each element of the due diligence process, we take steps to gather information from many sources and then use strategies, processes and tools to address and analyze the input.
Each of the four elements of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights incorporate inputs into our strategy, processes, and tools to the desired outputs. Human-Rights Due Diligence Process
Aligning NXP’s products, operations and engagements with the UN Sustainable Development Goals to combat global challenges related to economic, social and environmental sustainability.
We are here to answer any inquiry regarding our corporate sustainability efforts, including EHS and environmental product compliance.