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CSR Strategy & Management

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CSR strategy

  • Fair operation: Huawei abides by ethical business practices, operates with integrity, and strictly observes Huawei Business Code of Conduct. Huawei promotes fair operations, strictly implements "transparent procurement" and "transparent sales", and opposes bribery, corrupt activities, dumping, and monopolies so as to build a harmonious business environment.

  • Bridging the digital divide: Huawei provides customized solutions to enable people in different regions to access information, takes the initiative to help underdeveloped regions nurture talent, and form effective education systems in the field of communications, and to improve regional technology to promote communications.

  • Environmental protection: Huawei actively communicates with customers on energy conservation and environmental protection. Huawei closely collaborates with enterprises across the value chain to build environmentally-friendly networks, and promotes sustainable development of the industry in order to achieve our objective: "Green Communications, Green Huawei, and Green World".

  • Enhancing supply chain CSR management: Huawei improves CSR awareness and capabilities of the company and its supply chain to achieve sustainable development. We have established close ties with our suppliers to strengthen CSR management to gain our customers' confidence, enable us to take appropriate actions to ensure CSR compliance, and improve the CSR risk control of suppliers.

  • Caring for employees: Huawei attaches importance to employees' growth and health and safety. Huawei values employees' contributions and makes every effort to ensure that employees' personal growth is realized alongside the company's success.

  • Community support: Huawei always believes in paying back to society. We support countries and communities where we operate by paying taxes, insisting on local operation and contributing to the local welfare, education, and disaster relief efforts. 

United Nations Global Compact

In order to address issues with regards to human rights, labor standards, and environmental protection, which arise due to globalization, the United Nations initiated the Global Compact program in 1999. Member companies are expected to observe, promote and execute certain principles in the areas of human rights, labor, and the environment

In 2004, Huawei joined the Global Compact and started to incorporate its principles into the company's corporate culture and business activities.

  • To develop the telecoms infrastructure in less developed countries and provide customized solutions which adapt to difficult environments.

  • To contribute to local economies worldwide through our global network of R&D centers, training centers, factories and representative offices.

  • To provide training and education in order to build a skilled local workforce.

  • To contribute to local communities by providing help to people in need and actively participating in natural disaster relief efforts.

  • To carry out worldwide social welfare activities including providing assistance for the disabled, donations, and education by establishing the "Charity Association"

  • To integrate eco-design into our Research & Development process.

  • To comply with international environmental standards and local rules and regulations.

  • To provide our suppliers with CR training and certification services.

  • To provide our employees with equal opportunities, a healthy working environment and effective labor protection.