Employees


Human Capital Development

  • Management Approaches
    As talent is the bedrock for a sustainable corporate operation, TCC aims to develop our employees' potentials through diverse training programs and evaluate the effectiveness through performance assessments
    TCC Talent Development and Training System contains Sustainability, Management, Cross-disciplinary, and Development courses, and includes 100% TCC employees.
  • Targets
    A cumulative investment of NT$ 125 million in employee education and training in 2025 (since 2020)
  • Results
    2019 2020 2021 2022 2023
    (Taiwan)
    2023
    (Taiwan + Mainland China)
    Education Investment (NT$) 2,800,000 20,555,109 23,428,225 21,838,716 20,800,711 30,608,294
    Average Hours of Trainings (Hours) 115.97 81.04 70.90 73.10 92.88 31.86
    Average Amount Spent on Training (NT$) 27,525 18,997 20,659 18,908 16,000 4,272

Employee Stock Option Program (ESOP)

  • 100% of the employees at are eligible for ESOP
    In 2019, TCC initiated the ESOP program. All the employees at TCC and affiliated enterprises are eligible. TCC and individual employee will contribute to the contribution fund deposited in the exclusive trust account by a 1:1 ratio on a monthly basis. Employees can also apply for additional contributions in June and December every year. The Company contributes 10% of that amount to individual trust accounts. The employees eligible for retirement at the age of 60 can even contribute further. So as to retain talent and assist employees in accumulating wealth, planning their life after retirement

  • 69% of employees of Taiwan-based operations with outstanding performance are entitled to Treasury Shares Program
    Established as a long-term motivational incentive, and linking performance assessment metrics with sustainable development goals. Performance metrics such as the implementation effectiveness of carbon reduction strategies and outstanding performance at both Taiwan and overseas subsidiaries will qualify employees to participate
  • ESOP Participation TCC (Taiwan)
ESOP participation in TCC Taiwan is 92% in 2019. ESOP participation in TCC Taiwan is 96.95% in 2020. ESOP participation in TCC Taiwan is 97.05% in 2021. ESOP participation in TCC Taiwan is 97.7% in 2022. ESOP participation in TCC Taiwan is 95.43% in 2023. ESOP participation in TCC Taiwan targeted at 96% for 2025.

Salary and Bonus

  • 100% of Employees in TCC Enjoy Quarterly and Performance Bonuses
    To align employees' work goals with the company's development strategy, a fair and equitable performance appraisal system has been established. This system integrates quantitative job objectives with qualitative competency behaviors, ensuring a comprehensive link between the company's overall operational profitability and individual employee performance. TCC Group Holdings adheres to the principle of sharing operational performance and has formulated a compensation policy where employee salaries are determined based on their performance, job responsibilities, and other comprehensive factors. Discrimination based on personal characteristics such as gender (including sexual orientation), race, class, age, marital status, language, ideology, religion, political affiliation, birthplace, appearance, facial features, or disabilities is strictly prohibited.

Performance Bonuses
Incorporating risk management and sustainability controls into performance assessment criteria, ensuring that assessment outcomes are aligned with corporate governance, overall operations, and sustainable development. This includes indicators such as occupational health and safety, environmental pollution control, carbon reduction efforts, quality standards, cybersecurity, and anti-corruption measures

Quarterly Bonus
In 2018, Taiwan Cement introduced a quarterly bonus system to enable employees to share in company achievements. Besides measuring quarterly EPS and key performance indicators, the system also incorporates each factory's progress towards achieving carbon intensity reduction targets set to meet the company's commitment to carbon neutrality by 2050. This integration of sustainability performance into company operations enhances overall sustainability efforts

Non-Monetary Benefits



Number of Employees that Used the Benefits
Taiwan + Mainland China
Number of Employees that Used the Benefits (Taiwan)

In addition to providing basic statutory benefits, TCC also offer a warm and comfortable working environment with diverse additional benefits, such as group insurance, employee health check-ups, medical subsidies, meal allowances, language training subsidies, employee dormitories, children's scholarships, marriage and childbirth benefits, holiday bonuses, employee stock trusts, and emergency assistance funds.

Furthermore, TCC regularly organize diverse activities such as Family Day, Christmas dinners, sports events, holiday entertainment activities, medical knowledge seminars, World Book Day events, and volunteer activities. TCC also provide green transport subsidies (shared scooter riding incentives, electric scooter subsidies), smart vending machines for health drinks, and overtime home late plan. Additionally, employees of indigenous descent enjoy traditional holiday leave to support the preservation of core indigenous cultures.



Number of Employees that Used the Benefits in Taiwan and Mainland China is 28,353 in 2019. Number of Employees that Used the Benefits in Taiwan and Mainland China is 29,204 in 2020. Number of Employees that Used the Benefits in Taiwan and Mainland China is 30,110 in 2021. Number of Employees that Used the Benefits in Taiwan and Mainland China is 35,041 in 2022. Number of Employees that Used the Benefits in Taiwan and Mainland China is 25,399 in 2023.

Harnessing corporate influence to continuously advance towards social good

Introducing "Paid Volunteer Time Off" (VTO) to encourage colleagues to actively engage in community services and give back to society while balancing their work commitments. Employees will receive half a day of volunteer leave for 3 hours of service, and a full day for 6 hours or more, with a yearly entitlement of 2 days

Applicants in 2023: 113 , totaled 592 service hours