Corporate Social Responsibility
That's why in everything we do, we strive to protect the natural environment,
create a safe and sustainable work environment, and give back to local communities.
CSR Report 2019
We at D-Link understand our duties and responsibilities to our customers, employees, stakeholders, society as a whole, as wells as those to that of the natural environment. We are well positioned to use our global influence in the economic and environmental spheres to execute social initiatives that have a deep lasting impact and are highly meaningful.
In this report you will see the large strides we have made through demonstratable positive actions that have made the world a better place, and will continue to do so, one connection at time.
Conflict-free Minerals Procurement
In addition to the basic social responsibilities of protecting employees' rights and reducing environmental pollution, D-Link also bans the use of conflict minerals by implementing a supply chain conflict-free minerals procurement policy. Suppliers seeking partnership with D-Link must pass three audit evaluations for system quality, process quality, and hazardous materials management, and fill out the "Conflict-Free Minerals Questionnaire" and "Conflict-Free Minerals Statement". This requires suppliers to trace the source of materials and purchase legal smelters.
D-Link Green Project
Climate change is happening, which is why D-Link remains firmly committed to protecting the environment along every step of its product supply chain. In 2009, we initiated the D-Link Green Project which consists of three key solutions: Green Technologies to reduce energy consumption, Compliance with Green regulations by using non-toxic raw materials, as well as a Green Packaging initiative to reduce the volume of packaging materials.
Smarter Assistance for Disadvantaged Groups
In 1994, D-Link set up the D-Link Charitable Foundation to provide social assistance, care and feedback for those who are in need. The foundation invests in social welfare activities, such as child and youth welfare, welfare for the elderly, disability assistance, women’s welfare, and medical welfare.