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 Labor Performance Indicators

AMD's primary value, respect for people, is embodied in our employees and extends to our customers, partners, the environment, and the communities where we operate around the world. In this section, you will find information on AMD employees and illness and injury rates.

2009201020112012​2013

Employee Data

Number of Employees10,35211,06811,09310,340​10,671
Americas52%52%50%50%​51%
Asia-Pacific/China/Japan45%45%48%48%​46%
Europe/Africa3%3%3%2%​3%

Senior Management

Male88%89%89%87%​85%
Female12%11%11%13%​15%
Employee Total (Female)31%31%29%28%​28%
Americas (Female)20%20%19%20%​20%
Asia-Pacific/China/Japan (Female)44%43%38%36%​36%
Europe/Africa (Female)32%30%28%26%​21%

Employee Total (Age)

Generation Y (born 1980-2000)26%28%33%38%​42%
Generation X (born 1965-1979)51%50%48%46%43%​
Baby Boomers (born 1946-1964)22%21%18%15%​14%
Traditionalists (born 1927-1945)<1%<1%<1%<1%​<1%

Employee Type

Exempt82%83%87%88%84%​
Non-Exempt18%17%13%12%​16%
Employee Change(29%)7%0%(7%)​3%
Americas(13%)7%(5%)(11%)​(1%)
Asia-Pacific/China/Japan(14%)8%5%(2%)​7%
Europe/Africa(20%)(1%)14%(22%)​12%
Employee Turnover11%9%12%28%​16%
Americas7%6%10%28%​8%
Asia-Pacific/China/Japan12%13%13%27%​8%
Europe/Africa1%5%0%43%​5%
New Hires1,0872,3422,7292,151​2,061
Americas49%40%33%37%​38%
Asia-Pacific/China/Japan43%55%64%61%​56%
Europe/Africa8%4%3%2%​6%

New Hires by Age

Generation Y (born 1980-2000)37%43%55%59%​65%
Generation X (born 1965-1979)47%44%37%33%​7%
Baby Boomers (born 1946-1964)16%13%8%8%​8%
Traditionalists (born 1927-1945)<1%<1%<1%<1%​0%

Return to work rates after parental Leave

Male 100%98%95%95%95%​
Female 94%75%81%69%​97%

Well-Being1,2

Worldwide Injury and Illness Case Rate (per 100 workers)0.280.170.320.180.10​
AMD U.S. Injury and Illness Case Rates (per 100 workers)0.290.200.580.14​0.20
OSHA Case Rate - Private Industry 3.6 3.53.53.4​na
OSHA Case Rate - Computer/Electronic Product Mfg 1.6 1.51.41.4​na
OSHA Case Rate - Technical/Engineering Services 1.2 1.01.00.9​na
U.S. Lost Work Days Case Rate (per 100 workers)30.000.030.030.00​1.1

Volunteerism4

AMD Volunteers1,2091,5731,5341,2021,185​
AMD Volunteer Hours510,67712,00012,6937,735​9.043
Number of Volunteer Events138197253196​146
Units of Blood Donated1,6811,3361,3321,005​1,219

 

 Environmental Performance Indicators

​Operations

AMD collects environmental data from company-owned and operated assembly and test, major research and development and major administrative/design sites worldwide. The following table provides data on our electricity use, water use, and waste generation

20091 2010 2011 20122013

Climate

Energy
Energy Use (Direct and Indirect, TJ)1,8001,7031,7031,566​1,393
Energy Use (Direct and Indirect, GWh)500474473436​387
ATMP Absolute Energy Use (GWh)224179185124​129
Penang3747616067
Singapore21489074na​na
Suzhou39425063​61
Normalized ATMP Energy Use(kWh/PI)31.140.961.00na​na
Non-Manufacturing Absolute Energy Use (GWh)197189196255​226
Austin787885144​115
Markham34333536​32
​Singapore2​nana​na​57​47​
Sunnyvale32333133​32
Others sites combined53454542​31
Renewable Energy Use (GWh)4,56967746254​
Non Renewable Energy Use (GWh)430407399373​333
Total Energy/Revenue0.090.070.070.08​0.07
Energy Conservation (MWh)nana5,2827,93430,795​
Austinnana168473​1,676
Markhamnana413​na
Sunnyvalenana117235​1,074
Penangnana570665​15,821
Singapore2nana3,045134​1,015
Suzhounana1,3786,271​4,709
Electricity (Indirect Energy, TJ)1,4471,2531,3031,303​1,174
Electricity (Indirect Energy, GWh)402348362362​326
ATMP Absolute Electricity Use (GWh)223178185124​129
Penang37 47 6160​67
Singapore148 90 74na​na
Suzhou38 41 5063​61
Non-Manufacturing Absolute Electricity Use (GWh)179170 177182​165
Austin69 67 7479​61
Markham30 29 3032​29
​Singapore2​na​nana​57​32​
Sunnyvale28 29 2729​28
Others sites combined5345 4542​47
Energy Use (Direct,TJ)353450400263​220
Energy Use (Direct, GWh)59812511173​61
ATMP Direct Energy Use (GWh)11<1<1​<1
Penang<1<1<1<1​<1
Singapore2<1<1<1na​na
Suzhou11<1<1​<1
Non-Manufacturing Direct Energy Use (GWh)712511173​61
Austin8911710365​54
Markham545 4​4
​Singapore2​nana​na​<1​<1​
Sunnyvale4444​<1
Other sites combined<1<1<1<1​<1
Scope 1 GHG Emissions (MTCO2e)37,51326,62845,01441,17560,721​
ATMP Scope 1 GHG Emission (MTCO2e)32,64721,85738,72926,025​51,279
Penang23541533,217​25,480
Singapore227,65917,55321,163na​na
Suzhou4,9654,24917,41322,80825,799​
ATMP Normalized Scope 1 GHG Emissions (kgCO2e/PI)60.170.120.210.20​na
Non-Manufacturing Scope 1 GHG Emissions (MTCO2e)4,8664,7716,28515,1509,443​
Austin1,8802,9312,2061,4941,580​
Markham8387083,044727​606
​Singapore2​na​na​na​11,555​6,024
Sunnyvale1,693792757676​652
All other sites combined454340278698​581
Scope 2 GHG Emissions (MTCO2e)163,699140,384146,623158,805​145,832
ATMP Scope 2 GHG Emissions (MTCO2e)118,13397,692106,56985,421​89,382
Penang17,93925,23532,38233,091​39,368
Singapore268,10538,12832,411na​na
Suzhou32,08934,33041,77752,330​50,013
ATMP Normalized Scope 2 GHG Emissions (kgCO2e/PI)0.6040.5260.5750.651na​
Non-Manufacturing Scope 2 GHG Emissions (MTCO2e)45,56542,69240,05344,160​56,450
Austin0 0 48513,447​10,529
Markham6,2535,0934,1411,359​1,397
​Singapore2​na​na​na​29,22415.932​
Sunnyvale6,5347,7065,0854,914​5,284
All other sites combined32,77929,89230,34224,440​23,233
Scope 1 and 2 GHG Emissions (MTCO2e)201,212 167,012 191,637 199,979​206,477
ATMP GHG Emissions (MTCO2e)150,780 119,549 145,298111,446​140,661
ATMP Normalized GHG Emission(kgCO2e/PI)60.77 0.640.780.85​na
ATMP Total GHG Emissions Avoided6​na​na​na​na​13,085
​Penang​na​na​na​na​9,224
​Suzhou​na​na​na​na​3,861
​Goal (% Total GHG Emissions Avoided)​na​na​na​na​10%
​Goal Performance (% Total GHG Emissions Avoided)6​na​nana​na​​8.5%
Non-Manufacturing GHG Emissions (MTCO2e)50,43247,46346,33847,755 48,860​
Goal747,91047,91047,910 47,910​47,910
Singapore2,7nana na40,779​21,956
GHG Emissions/Revenue (kgCO2/$)0.040.030.030.04​0.04
SCOPE 3 GHG Emissions (MTCO2e)363,728 286,840441,345466,036​pending
Contract Manufacturers8308,264 239,605 388,624424,189​pending
Business Travel4,945 10,664 18,64714,484​13,776
Employee Commutes19,325 13,666 13,913 11,323 ​11,409
Product Logistics/Shipping31,194 22,905 20,161 16,040​14,380

Water9

Water Use (Million Liters)776877890868​910
ATMP Water Use (Million Liters)459547577504​556
Penang216325320329​372
Singapore2150140121na​na
Suzhou9282136175​203
ATMP Normalized Water Use (liters/PI)2.342.943.113.84​na
​ATMP Water Use Avoided (million liters)6​na​​na​na​​na​14.1​
​Penang​​na​na​​na​​na​​8.3
​Suzhou​​na​na​​na​​na​​5.8
​Goal (% Water Use Avoided)6​​na​na​​na​​na​​10%
​Goal Performance (% Water Use Avoided)​​na​na​​na​​na​​2.4%
Non-Manufacturing Water Use (million liters)6311320313364391​
Austin173159160122​118
Markham44636646​53
​Singapore2​nana​na​87​57​
Sunnyvale88877184​65
Other sites combined106101624​98
Non-Manufacturing Normalized Water Use (liters/employee)7,1153,73651,20045,75439,910​40,331
Water Goal(liters/employee)42,98942,98942,98942,989​42,989
Contract Manufacturing (million liters)nana3,5065,152 ​pending
Water Use/$ Revenue0.140.140.140.16​0.17
Non-Manufacturing Water Conservation (million liters)nana19.735.2​18.9
Austinnana4.229.5​11.5
Markham nana00.6​2.5
Singapore2nana3.45.1​4.3
​Sunnyvale​nana​na​na​0.6​

Waste

Non-Hazardous Waste (NHW) Generated (metric Tons)1,9532,0702,1261,730​2,049
ATMP NHW Generated (metric Tons)840753744497​528
Penang263226227187​195
Singapore2210263216na​na
Suzhou367263301309​333
Non-Manufacturing NHW Generated (metric Tons)1,1141,3171,3821,233​1,521
Austin349588375291​584
Markham382244363327​256
​Singapore2​nana​na​​161130​
Sunnyvale383485644455551​
NHW Recycled (metric Tons)7831,0501,2091,109​1,597
ATMP NHW Recycled 269318367261​382
Non-Manufacturing NHW Recycled514732841848​1,215
NHW Landfilled (metric tons)1,1711,020917621​452
ATMP NHW Landfilled571434377236​145
Non-Manufacturing NHW Landfilled600585540385​306
NHW Landfill Diversion Rate (%)40%51%57%64%​78%
Landfill Diversion Goal Rate (%)70%70%70%70%​70%
Contract Manufacturing NHW Generated (metric tons)nana7,1565,738​pending
Hazardous Waste (HW) Generated(Metric Tons) 484996151​147
ATMP HW Generated (metric tons)474995147​146
Penang44479395​72
Singapore2311na​na
Suzhou11<152​74
Non-Manufacturing HW Generated (metric tons)1113​1
Austin<1<11<1​<1
Markham<1<1<12​0
Sunnyvale<1<1<11​<1
Singapore2nanana1​<1
HW Recycled/Reused (metric tons)444693102​76
ATMP HW Recycled/Reused44469399​76
Non-Manufacturing HW Recycled/Reused<1<113​<1
HW Treated Off-Site (metric tons)4324969​
ATMP HW Treated Off-Site32248​68
Non-Manufacturing HW Treated Off-Site0.50.60.21 ​<1
HW Landfilled (metric tons)0.200.130.100​0
ATMP HW Landfilled0.200.130.100​0
HW Landfilled---0​0
Total Waste Generated (NHW+HW)(metric tons)2,0022,1192,2221,881​2,196
Total Waste Generated per Revenue (g/$)0.370.330.340.35​0.41
Contract Manufacturing HW Generated (metric tons)nana15,04913,609 ​pending
Product Scrap for Precious Metal Reclaim (metric tons)24012215799144​
Trays Reused (metric tons)nana21495​93
Trays Recycled (metric tons)nana2942​95

Wastewater

Waste Water Discharge12 (million liters)284320364391​235
Austin84614138​45
Penang52122139143​119
Singapore260564935​23
Suzhou8981136175​48
Wastewater generated per Revenue (1/$)0.050.050.060.07​0.07

Air Emissions13

Ozone Depleting Substances (MTCO2e)33,10519,82038,80235,192​49,330

Compliance

Number of Environmental Non-Compliances140200​3
Number of Health or Safety Non-Compliances0010​0
Fines (USD)003600​2,801

 

 Economic Performance Indicators

​In this section, we provide information about AMD’s corporate revenues and our social investment.

20092010201120122013
Total Revenue (In millions)1$ 5,403$ 6,494$ 6,568$ 5,422​$ 5,299
Research & Development (In millions)1$ 1,721$ 1,405$ 1,453 $ 1,354​$ 1,201
Net Income (In millions)1$ 293 $ 471 $ 491 $ (1,183)​$ (83)

Social Investment

AMD Foundation$ 660,895$1,675,809$2,649,564$2,646,333​$234,931
Cash and In-Kind Giving (USD)$1,564,393$1,525,151$1,561,711$560,245​$351,539

Cash and In-Kind by Region

Americas$2,086,308$2,878,218$3,849,609$3,032,294​$410,813
Europe/Africa$ -$ -$ 125,623$51,903​$ -
Asia-Pacific/China/India$ 138,980$ 322,742$ 236,043$122,381​$175,657

Cash and In-Kind by Category

Education$1,203,428$2,532,538$2,935,483$2,172,949​$300,621
Basic Needs2$ 86,009$ -$ -$ -​$ -
Community Development$ 935,851$ 668,423$1,275,792$1,033,628​$285,849

Environmental Benefits​

Cash for Previous Metal Reclaim (USD)$2,709,995$1,855,641$2,547,657$1,468,585​$1,168,281
Cash for Tray Reuse and Recycle (USD)nana$ 711,496$270,162​$375,395

AMD Political ActionCommittee (PAC)

Disbursements3
$ 13,800$ 2,500$ 3,500$ 3,500​$ 2,000

 

  

  

  

  

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