Data Tables

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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.

2012 2013 2014 20152016

Employee Data

Number of Employees10,34010,6719,6909,139​8,219
Americas50%51%45% 42%​52%
Asia-Pacific/China/Japan48%46%53% 56%​46%
Europe/Africa2%3%3%2%​2%

Senior Management1

Male87%85%88%87%​88%
Female13%15%12%13%​12%
Employee Total (Female)28%28%29%29%​24%
Americas (Female)20%20%20%20%​19%
Asia-Pacific/China/Japan (Female)36%36%36%36%​29%2
Europe/Africa (Female)26%21%22%29%​35%

Employee Total (Age)

Generation Y (born 1980-2000)38%42%44%47%​48%
Generation X (born 1965-1979)46%43% 42%40%​40%
Baby Boomers (born 1946-1964)15%14%14%13%​12%
Traditionalists (born 1927-1945)<1%<1%<1%<1%​<1%

Employee Type

Exempt88%84% 88% 85%​99%
Non-Exempt12%16%12%15%​1%
Employee Change(7%)3%(9%)(6%)​(10%)2
Americas(11%)(1%)(11%)(6%)​11%
Asia-Pacific/China/Japan(2%)7%(7%)6%​(26%)2
Europe/Africa(22%)12%(8%)(45%)1​11%
Employee Turnover28%16%20%19%​11%
Americas28%8%20%20%​8%
Asia-Pacific/China/Japan27%8%21%17%​13%
Europe/Africa43%5%17%76%3​33%
New Hires2,1512,0611,0301,211​1,607
Americas37%38%33%26%​49%
Asia-Pacific/China/Japan61%56%65%72%​49%
Europe/Africa2%6%2%2%​2%

New Hires by Age

Generation Y (born 1980-2000)59%65%67%76%​69%
Generation X (born 1965-1979)33%7%25%20%​25%
Baby Boomers (born 1946-1964)8%8%7%4%​6%
Traditionalists (born 1927-1945)<1%0%<1%<1%​0%

Return to Work Rates After Parental Leave4

Male95%95% 98%100%​100%
Female69%97%91%99%​86%

Well-Being5,6

Worldwide Injury and Illness Case Rate (per 100 workers)0.180.10 0.140.10​0.06
AMD U.S. Injury and Illness Case Rates (per 100 workers)0.140.200.300.20​0.16
OSHA Case Rate - Private Industry3.403.103.203.0​n/a
OSHA Case Rate - Computer/Electronic Product Mfg1.401.201.301.1​n/a
OSHA Case Rate - Technical/Engineering Services0.900.900.900.9​n/a
U.S. Lost Work Days Case Rate (per 100 workers)70.001.100.000.00​0.00

Volunteerism8

AMD Volunteers1,2021,185 1,3311,756​2,084
AMD Volunteer Hours7,7359,0439,20898,8839​7,280
Number of Volunteer Events196146119122​127
Units of Blood Donated1,0051,219908366​460

 Environmental Performance Indicators

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.​

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Climate​

Energy
Absolute Energy Use (GWh)253210149126125​
Atlanta4101822​23
Austin85672522​22
​Bangalore3​​4​3​3​3
Cyberjaya88108​9
​Hyderabad​9​7​5​5​5
Markham36323222​18
​Shanghai​8​7​6​6​6
Singapore57 322119​20
Sunnyvale33 311812​11
Others sites combined 11 12 116​6
Renewable Energy Use (GWh)106254 3434​29
Non Renewable Energy Use (GWh) 191 156 11592​96
Total Energy/Revenue (KWh/$)0.0470.0400.0270.032​0.029
Electricity (Indirect Energy, GWh)236196142118​118
Atlanta4101822​23
Austin79612522​22
​Bangalore​2​3​3​3​3
Cyberjaya88108​9
​Hyderabad​7​6​5​5​5
Markham32292919​16
​Shanghai​8​7​6​6​6
Singapore57 32 2119​20
Sunnyvale2928158​7
Others sites combined35343123​6
Energy Use (Direct, GWh)171478​7
Atlanta <1 <1 <1 <1<1
Austin6554<1<1<1
Cyberjaya<1<1<1<1​<1
Markham4333​3
Singapore<1 <1 <1<1 <1
Sunnyvale4 434​3
Other sites combined<1<1<1<1<1
Scope 1 GHG Emissions (MTCO2e)15,6209,5913,497 3,532​2,574
Atlanta2448​31
Austin2,0921,943816180​103
​Bangalore​54​103​66​115​60
Cyberjaya40030​14
​Hyderbad​569​359​42​48​34
Markham750591658633​495
Singapore11,4905,9531,3531,881​1,234
Sunnyvale657633556638​602
All other sites combined2320​1
Scope 2 GHG Emissions (MTCO2e)84,935 68,807 54,088 46,556​49,797
Atlanta009,0767,326​11,419
Austin13,44710,5290 0​0
​Bangalore​2,390​3,068​3,070​2,855​2,998
Cyberjaya5,0665,4556,3556,904​6,354
​Hyderabad​6,814​5,584​4,614​4,486​5,016
Markham5,703 5,244 5,230 3,397​2,816
​Shanghai​5,778​5,123​4,413​4,217​4,747
Singapore30,10715,69811,11910,134​10,682
Sunnyvale9,1348,6744,6212,522​2,297
All other sites combined20,44219,46117,68816,273​3,467
Total Scope 1 and 2 GHG Emissions (MTCO2e)100,55578,39857,58550,087​52,371
Goal by 2020 (MTCO2e)11 n/an/an/a46,068​46,068
Goal Performance (% reduction from 2014)12n/an/an/a13%​9%
GHG Emissions/Revenue (Scope 1 and 2 gCO2e/$)
18.614.810.512.6​12.3
Estimated SCOPE 3 GHG Emissions (MTCO2e)13466,036527,3491,539,430882,117​712,188
Product Use14n/an/a1,215,107​469,102
​404,477
Contract Manufacturers15424,189487,784340,448383,066​277,248
Business Travel14,48413,77613,67912,061​14,429
Employee Commutes11,32311,40910,61810,379​8,729
Product Logistics/Shipping16,04014,38013,5787,599
​7,305

Water

Water Use (million liters)369337195141​16016
Atlanta6122327​29
Austin122118118​9
​Bangalore​n/a​8​7​7​8
Cyberjaya13111414​11
​Hyderabad​n/a​n/a​n/a​n/a​7
Markham46534126​33
Singapore87 57 178​9
Sunnyvale84657240​42
Other sites combined<1 <1 <1 <1<1
Contract Manufacturing (million liters)155,1525,0983,3113,800​3,647
Water Use/Revenue (ML/$) 68.1 63.6 35.335.3​37.5

Waste

NHW Generated (metric Tons)1,2331,5211,175597​57317
​Atlanta​n/an/an/an/a​1
Austin291584244205​230
​Bangaloren/an/an/a​2​1
​Hyderabadn/an/an/a​3​2
Markham327256349154​152
Singapore161130 9059​50
Sunnyvale455551 493174​129
Other sites combinedn/an/an/a5​8
NHW Recycled (metric Tons)8481,215881427​406
NHW Landfilled (metric tons)621452433231​16717
NHW Landfill Diversion Rate (%)63%80%75%72%​71%17
Hazardous Waste (HW) Generated(Metric Tons)151147282247​TBD
HW Generated (metric tons)4115​5
Austin<1<1<1<1​2
Markham20<13​<1
Sunnyvale1<1<12​2
Singapore1<1<1<1​<1
HW Recycled/Reused (metric tons)3001​2
HW Treated Off-Site (metric tons)11 13​1
HW Landfilled (metric tons)0003​1
Total Waste Generated (NHW+HW)(metric tons)1,2371,5221,176602​57317
Total Waste Generated per Revenue (g/$)
0.230.290.210.15​0.13
Contract Manufacturing HW Generated (metric tons)1513,60918,19614,80513,840​10,261

Wastewater

Waste Water Discharge18 (million liters)64612622​21
Austin3845108​8
Sunnyvale26161614​13
Wastewater generated per Revenue (ML/$)11.8611.584.755.52​4.97

Air Emissions19

Ozone Depleting Substances (MTCO2e)12,4076,9342,1402,061​1,342

​Compliance

Number of Environmental Non-Compliances0320​120
Number of Health or Safety Non-Compliances0000​0
Fines (USD)02,80100​0

 

 Economic Performance Indicators

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

2012 2013 2014 2015 ​2016
Total Revenue (In millions)21$ 5,422$ 5,299$ 5,506$3,991​$4,272
Research & Development (In millions)21$ 1,354$ 1,201$ 1,072$947​$4,272
Net Income (loss) (In millions)21$ (1,183)$ (83)$ (403)$(660)​$4,272

Social Investment​

AMD Foundation$2,646,333$234,931$17,500$13,500​$12,000
Cash and In-Kind Giving (USD)$560,245$351,539$224,553$117,048​$159,474

Cash and In-Kind Giving by Region

Americas$3,032,294$410,813$ -$103,548​$122,114
Europe/Africa$51,903$ -$ -$ - $ -
Asia-Pacific/China/India$122,381$175,657$8,560$26,87422​$49,36022

Cash and In-Kind Giving by Category

Education$2,172,949$300,621$29,103$48,700​$44,792
Community Development$1,033,628$285,849$195,450$82,348​$126,682

​​AMD Political Action Committee (PAC)

Disbursements23$ 3,500$ 2,000$2,500$1,500​$0

 

  

  

  

  

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