Chunghwa Post develops various workforce management in terms of "selection," "utilization," "cultivation," and "retention" of workforce and seeks a reasonable allocation of workforce, while focusing on various employee benefits to maintain good employee-employer relations. Therefore, we can consolidate the Company’s outstanding workforce and achieve corporate sustainable management.
The Company had a total of 25,868 employees by the end of 2021, a decrease of 457 compared with the previous year. In recent years, hierarchical personnel have become the largest number of employees due to the departure of personnel and the recruitment of new personnel. By the end of 2021, the average age of employees is 45.8 years old, the same as that by the end of 2020. It shows that our working environment and welfare system have become better in recent years as the willingness of retention for employees aged 31 to 49 increases year by year.
As of the end of 2021, the ratio of female directors and supervisors was 50%, and that of female senior executives (director or higher position holders) accounted for 52.78%. The number of persons with disabilities hired accounted for approximately 3.41% (778 persons with disabilities should be employed as required by law, and the actual employment was 896 persons, exceeding legal requirement by 118 persons). In addition, in 2021, 42 indigenous people should be employed as required by law, and the actual employment was 257 persons, exceeding legal requirement by 215 people.
Talent Recruitment and Retention
Over the years, there has never been gender restrictions or differences in treatment regarding new staff recruitment.
Changes in Employment Rate and Turnover Rate of Chunghwa Post over the Years