To create a working environment worthy of human dignity
“Work” accounts for the major part of one’s life. People not only have to “work” to earn a living, they also work to satisfy their accomplishment needs and to realize themselves. Hence, “to develop a human-oriented ecology where everyone can work with dignity” has always been our ultimate goal as well as the raison d’etre.
Living in the world of work makes industrial relations an inevitable and indispensable part of social solidarity. In a highly industrialized market economy, industrial relations becomes a critical issue keenly affiliated with economic growth and social stability instead of a private contract between employees and employers.
However, for decades, people around the world have been struggling to reconcile growth and competitiveness with social justice. Founded on August 14 of 1981, the Association of Industrial Relations, R.O.C.（AIRROC）has been pursuing the above stated objectives to forge harmonious industrial relations and cooperation between labor and management.