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Phison Held opening ceremony of the affiliated parking space

By Joanne Lin
Published: Apr 09,2022

Phison Electronics held the opening ceremony of the affiliated parking tower of Phison R&D Building on Apr, 8 (Taipei time). This parking tower not only achieves the goal of all Phison employees having a parking space, but also becomes a new welfare indicator for Guangyuan Science Park (廣源科學園區) in Zhunan, Miaoli.

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The parking tower, with an investment of nearly NT$1 billion and a total floor area of 31,074 square meters, can provide more than 1,000 parking spaces for Phison employees; in other words, the construction cost of each parking space is about NT$1 million, which is undoubtedly one of the most substantial employee benefits in this wave of semiconductor and IC design talent shortages.

K.S.Pua, CEO of Phison, delivered a speech at the opening ceremony, saying that the supply of semiconductor and IC design talents has been insufficient recently. In addition to annual salary adjustments based on employee performance, Phison is also committed to improving the working environment and employee benefits. For example, Phison’s new-opened Phase #5 R&D building adopts a simple home-style office space design to moderately reduce the work pressure of employees; furthermore, Phison has also built a first-of-its-kind aerial sports field in Taiwan, which is located on the top floor of Phison R&D Building, so that employees can also have appropriate exercises to relieve stress after getting off work.

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