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 2015 2016 2017

Employee Data

Number of Employees 10,340 10,671 9,690 9,139 8,219 ​8,904
Americas 50% 51% 45% 42% 52% ​53%
Asia-Pacific/China/Japan 48% 46% 53% 56% 46% ​45%
Europe/Africa 2% 3% 3% 2% 2% ​2%
           

Senior Management1

Male 87% 85% 88% 87% 88% ​88%
Female 13% 15% 12% 13% 12% ​12%
Employee Total (Female) 28% 28% 29% 29% 24% ​24%
Americas (Female) 20% 20% 20% 20% 19% ​19%
Asia-Pacific/China/Japan (Female) 36% 36% 36% 36% 29%2 ​29%
Europe/Africa (Female) 26% 21% 22% 29% 35% ​23%
           

Employee Total (Age)

Generation Y (born 1980-2000) 38% 42% 44% 47% 48% ​50%
Generation X (born 1965-1979) 46% 43% 42% 40% 40% ​39%
Baby Boomers (born 1946-1964) 15% 14% 14% 13% 12% ​11%
Traditionalists (born 1927-1945) <1% <1% <1% <1% <1% ​<1%
           

Employee Type

Exempt 88% 84% 88% 85% 99% ​99%
Non-Exempt 12% 16% 12% 15% 1% ​1%
Employee Change (7%) 3% (9%) (6%) (10%)2 ​8%
Americas (11%) (1%) (11%) (6%) 11% ​10%
Asia-Pacific/China/Japan (2%) 7% (7%) 6% (26%)2 ​6%
Europe/Africa (22%) 12% (8%) (45%)1 11% ​12%
Employee Turnover 28% 16% 20% 19% 11% ​8%
Americas 28% 8% 20% 20% 8% ​6%
Asia-Pacific/China/Japan 27% 8% 21% 17% 13% ​11%
Europe/Africa 43% 5% 17% 76%3 33% ​6%
New Hires 2,151 2,061 1,030 1,211 1,607 ​1,414
Americas 37% 38% 33% 26% 49% 52%
Asia-Pacific/China/Japan 61% 56% 65% 72% 49% ​46%
Europe/Africa 2% 6% 2% 2% 2%% ​2%
           

New Hires by Age

Generation Y (born 1980-2000) 59% 65% 67% 76% 69% ​66%
Generation X (born 1965-1979) 33% 7% 25% 20% 25% ​28%
Baby Boomers (born 1946-1964) 8% 8% 7% 4% 6% ​6%
Traditionalists (born 1927-1945) <1% 0% <1% <1% 0% ​0%
           

Return to Work Rates After Parental Leave4

Male 95% 95% 98% 100% 100% ​100%
Female 69% 97% 91% 99% 86% 100%
           

Well-Being5,6

Worldwide Injury and Illness Case Rate (per 100 workers) 0.18 0.10 0.14 0.10 0.06 ​0.05
AMD U.S. Injury and Illness Case Rates (per 100 workers) 0.14 0.20 0.30 0.20 0.16 ​0.08
OSHA Case Rate - Private Industry 3.40 3.10 3.20 3.0 3.0 ​n/a
OSHA Case Rate - Computer/Electronic Product Mfg 1.40 1.20 1.30 1.1 1.1 ​n/a
OSHA Case Rate - Technical/Engineering Services 0.90 0.90 0.90 0.9 0.7 ​n/a
U.S. Lost Work Days Case Rate (per 100 workers)7 0.00 1.10 0.00 0.00 0.00 ​0.0
           

Volunteerism8

AMD Volunteers 1,202 1,185 1,331 1,756 2,084 ​2,451
AMD Volunteer Hours 7,735 9,043 9,2089 8,8839 ​7,280 ​10,257
Number of Volunteer Events 196 146 119 122 127 ​138
Units of Blood Donated 1,005 1,219 908 366 460 ​486
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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 2017

Climate​

Energy ​
Absolute Energy Use (GWh) 253 210 149 126 124 129​
Atlanta 4 10 18 22 23 ​25
Austin 85 67 25 22 22 ​24
​Bangalore 3​ ​4 ​3 ​3 ​3 ​3
Cyberjaya 8 8 10 8 9 ​9
​Hyderabad ​9 ​7 ​5 ​5 ​5 ​6
Markham 36 32 32 22 18 ​20
​Shanghai ​8 ​7 ​6 ​6 ​6 ​8
Singapore 57 32 21 19 20 ​25
Sunnyvale 33 31 18 12 11 ​13
Others sites combined 11 12 11 6 6 ​5
Renewable Energy Use (GWh)10 62 54 34 34 29 ​37
Non Renewable Energy Use (GWh) 191 156 115 92 95 ​92
Total Energy/Revenue (KWh/$) 0.047 0.040 0.027 0.032 0.029 ​0.024
Electricity (Indirect Energy, GWh) 236 196 142 118 118 ​122
Atlanta 4 10 18 22 23 ​25
Austin 79 61 25 22 22 ​24
​Bangalore ​2 ​3 ​3 ​3 ​3 ​3
Cyberjaya 8 8 10 8 9 ​9
​Hyderabad ​7 ​6 ​5 ​5 ​5 ​5
Markham 32 29 29 19 16 ​18
​Shanghai ​8 ​7 ​6 ​6 ​6 ​8
Singapore 57 32 21 19 20 ​17
Sunnyvale 29 28 15 8 7 ​8
Others sites combined 35 34 31 23 6 ​5
Energy Use (Direct, GWh) 17 14 7 8 7 ​7
Atlanta <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 ​<1
Austin 65 54 <1 <1 <1 ​<1
Cyberjaya <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 ​<1
Markham 4 3 3 3 3 ​2
Singapore <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1​
Sunnyvale 4 4 3 4 3 ​5
Other sites combined <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 ​<1
Scope 1 GHG Emissions (MTCO2e) 15,620 9,591 3,497 3,480 2,634 ​3,847
Atlanta 2 4 4 8 31 ​8
Austin 2,092 1,943 816 128 124 ​373
​Bangalore ​54 ​103 ​66 ​115 ​60 ​53
Cyberjaya 4 0 0 30 14 ​13
​Hyderbad ​569 ​359 ​42 ​48 ​34 ​20
Markham 750 591 658 633 495 ​469
Singapore 11,490 5,953 1,353 1,881 1,234 ​2,088
Sunnyvale 657 633 556 638 602 ​822
All other sites combined 2 3 2 <1 1 ​<1
Scope 2 GHG Emissions (MTCO2e) 84,935 63,525 48,686 42,509 45,253 42,049
Atlanta 0 0 6,962 5,620 10,682 ​5,898
Austin 13,447 11,708 0 0 0 ​0
​Bangalore ​2,390 ​3,068 ​3,070 ​2,855 ​2,998 ​3,050
Cyberjaya 5,066 5,455 6,355 6,904 ​6154 ​5,726
​Hyderabad ​6,814 ​5,584 ​4,614 ​4,486 ​5,016 ​5,293
Markham 5,703 5,244 5,230 3,397 2,816 ​3,245
​Shanghai ​5,778 ​5,123 ​4,413 ​4,217 ​​4,747 ​5,589
Singapore 30,107 15,698 11,119 10,134 ​10,682 ​8,907
Sunnyvale 9,134 8,674 4,621 2,094 1,771 ​1,937
All other sites combined 20,442 3,161 3,085 2,802 2,730 ​2,403
Total Scope 1 and 2 GHG Emissions (MTCO2e) 100,555 73,116 52,183 45,990 47,887 ​45,896
Goal by 2020 (MTCO2e)11  n/a n/a n/a 41,746 41,746 ​41,746
Goal Performance (% reduction from 2014)12 n/a n/a n/a 13% 9% ​12%
GHG Emissions/Revenue (Scope 1 and 2 gCO2e/$) 18.6 13.8 9.5 11.5 11.2 ​8.6
Estimated SCOPE 3 GHG Emissions (MTCO2e)13 466,036 527,349 1,554,203 914,943 852,988 ​937,580
Product Use14 n/a n/a 1,175,880​ 501,838 431,814 ​438,322
Contract Manufacturers15 424,189 487,784 340,448 383,066 394,824 ​468,718
Business Travel 14,484 13,776 13,679 12,061 10,316 11,518
Employee Commutes 11,323 11,409 10,618 10,379 8,729 ​9,906
Product Logistics/Shipping 16,040 14,380 13,578 7,599 7,305 9,116
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Water

Water Use (million liters) 369 337 195 141 ​160 ​20016
Atlanta 6 12 23 27 29 ​32
Austin 122 118 11 8 9 ​9
​Bangalore ​n/a ​8 ​7 ​7 8 ​7
Cyberjaya 13 11 14 14 11 ​9
​Hyderabad ​n/a ​n/a ​n/a ​n/a ​7 7​
Markham 46 53 41 26 33 ​53
Singapore 87 57 17 8 9 ​8
Sunnyvale 84 65 72 40 42 ​62
Other sites combined <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 ​<1
Contract Manufacturing (million liters)15 5,152 5,098 3,311 3,800 3,844 ​3,622
Water Use/Revenue (ML/$) 68.1 63.6 35.3 35.3 37.5 ​37.5
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Waste

NHW Generated (metric Tons) 1,233 1,521 1,175 597 573 ​65117
​Atlanta ​n/a ​n/a ​n/a ​n/a ​1 ​8
Austin 291 584 244 205 230 ​236
​Bangalore ​​n/a ​​n/a ​​n/a ​2 ​1 ​2
​Hyderabad ​​n/a ​​n/a ​​n/a ​3 2 ​4
Markham 327 256 349 154 152 ​157
Singapore 161 130 90 59 50 ​50
Sunnyvale 455 551 493 174 129 ​187
Other sites combined n/a n/a n/a 5 8 ​6
NHW Recycled (metric Tons) 848 1,215 881 427 406 ​455
NHW Landfilled (metric tons) 621 452 433 231 16717 ​196
NHW Landfill Diversion Rate (%) 63% 80% 75% 72% 71% ​70%
Hazardous Waste (HW) Generated (Metric Tons) 4 1 1 5 5 ​8
Austin <1 <1 <1 <1 2 ​1
Markham 2 0 <1 3 ​<1 5
Sunnyvale 1 <1 <1 2 2 ​1
Singapore 1 <1 <1 <1 <1 ​<1
HW Recycled/Reused (metric tons) 3 0 0 1 2 ​1
HW Treated Off-Site (metric tons) 1 1 1 3 1 ​<1
HW Incinerated (metric tons)   <1 <1 <1 2 ​6
HW Landfilled (metric tons) 0 0 0 3 1 ​1
Total Waste Generated (NHW+HW)(metric tons) 1,237 1,522 1,176 602 57317 ​659
Total Waste Generated per Revenue (g/$) 0.23 0.29 0.21 0.15 0.13 ​0.12
Contract Manufacturing HW Generated (metric tons)15 13,609 18,196 14,805 13,840 10,261 ​12,156
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Wastewater

Waste Water Discharge18 (million liters) 64 61 26 22 21 ​22
Austin 38 45 10 8 8 ​8
Sunnyvale 26 16 16 14 13 ​14
Wastewater generated per Revenue (ML/$) 11.86 11.58 4.75 5.52 4.97 ​4.17
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Air Emissions19

Ozone Depleting Substances (MTCO2e) 12,407 6,934 2,140 2,009 1,402 ​2,488
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​Compliance

Number of Environmental Non-Compliances 0 3 2 0 1 ​120
Number of Health or Safety Non-Compliances 0 0 0 0 0 120
Fines (USD) 0 2,801 0 0 0 ​0
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Economic Performance Indicators

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

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 ​2017
Total Revenue (In millions)21 $ 5,422 $ 5,299 $ 5,506 $3,991 $4,319(22) $5,253(22)
Research & Development (In millions)21 $ 1,354 $ 1,201 $ 1,072 $947 $1,008 ​$1,160
Net Income (loss) (In millions)21 $ (1,183) $ (83) $ (403) $(660) ($497) ​$43
          ​ 

Social Investment​

AMD Foundation $2,646,333 $234,931 $17,500 $13,500 $12,000 ​$49,400
Cash and In-Kind Giving (USD) $560,245 $351,539 $224,553 $117,048 $159,474 ​$158,716
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Cash and In-Kind Giving by Region

Americas $3,032,294 $410,813 $ - $103,548 $122,114 ​$178,069
Europe/Africa $51,903 $ - $ - $ - $ - ​0
Asia-Pacific/China/India $122,381 $175,657 $8,560 $26,87423 $49,36023 ​$30,047
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Cash and In-Kind Giving by Category

Education $2,172,949 $300,621 $29,103 $48,700 $$44,792 ​$113,152
Community Development $1,033,628 $285,849 $195,450 $82,348 $126,682 ​$94,964
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​​AMD Political Action Committee (PAC)

Disbursements24 $ 3,500 $ 2,000 $2,500 $1,500 $0 ​$0
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GRI Standards Index

Footnotes

n/a​​ = not available.

Values shown in italics represent corrected data and are different from values shown in previous CR Reports.

  1. Director level and above.
  2. On April 29, 2016, AMD and Nantong Fujitsu Microelectronics Co., Ltd. (TFME) closed a semiconductor joint venture that gave TFME operational control of AMD’s assembly, test, mark and pack (ATMP) manufacturing facilities in Penang, Malaysia and Suzhou, China, including approximately 1,700 employees and management team members.
  3. Business closure in June 2015
  4. Based on those who were on LOA Parental / Maternity with start date in 2016 & if termed after end date (with Vol, Family reasons)
  5. Minor (first aid level) injuries are not included.
  6. Our reporting guidelines are based on OSHA reporting criteria.
  7. Lost days are calculated based on scheduled work days.
  8. Numbers include contributions from AMD employees and contractors. 
  9. Volunteer hours in 2014 and 2015 include individual employee volunteer hours in addition to hours recorded for company-sponsored volunteer activities. Numbers for prior years included company-sponsored events only.
  10. AMD procured 37 gigawatt hours of US “green-e certified” wind renewable energy credits (RECs) for 2017. The RECs were applied to 100% of the scope 2 GHG emissions from our Austin, TX operations, and approximately half of our scope 2 GHG emissions from our Atlanta, GA data center, or approximately 6,000 MTCO2e.
  11. AMD’s goal is to reduce scope 1 and 2 emissions by 20 percent by 2020, from a 2014 baseline of 52,183 MTCO2e. As of 2017, AMD’s scope 1 and 2 emissions from fuel use and electricity were 40,289 MTCO2e, achieving a 23% reduction from 2014.
  12. 12.    2014 goal baseline GHG emissions (scope 1 and 2) were 52,183 MTCO2e, and 2017 GHG emissions were 40,289 MTCO2e.
  13. AMD estimates, and receives estimates from third parties, for several scope 3 GHG emission sources. Scope 3 are indirect emissions (not included in scope 2) that occur in AMD’s supply chain, product use, and travel activities.
  14. Starting with 2014 reporting data, AMD estimates annual scope 3 GHG emission from the energy use of products sold. Annual estimates incorporate approximate typical energy use of the AMD notebook and desktop processors, the average US emission factor of electricity, the estimated years of service life, and the approximate number of units sold per year. 
  15. AMD receives estimated facility level data on energy use, GHG emissions, water use, hazardous and non-hazardous waste from our wafer foundries and outsourced semiconductor assembly and test (OSAT) providers. 
  16. Part of the water use increase in 2016 and 2017 is the inclusion of new water use data for the AMD facility in Hyderabad, which previously was not available, increased data center utilization, and increased irrigation due to higher temperatures.
  17. NHW Generated includes operational waste from AMD buildings. In 2016, there was a one-time disposal of non-operational waste of 966 tons of non-hazardous soil and water from an AMD Superfund site in California. With this one-time disposal, the 2016 waste generated would be 1,539 metric tons, and the percentage of waste diverted from landfill would have been 26%. 
  18. All wastewater from sites are discharged into municipal wastewater treatment plants. All discharges were within permitted water quality limits and no violations were issued.
  19. Fugitive emissions of greenhouse gases are included as part of total carbon equivalent emissions.
  20. In 2017 AMD received a notice of deficiency with regards to Section 901.6 of the California Fire Code. This was due to the failure of AMD’s inspection contractor to submit documentation of the closure of deficiencies found during a fire systems inspection in 2016. All items had been corrected and the contractor provided the necessary documentation. No fines were issued or further action required.
  21. Economic data for current and past years are updated annually to reflect AMD’s most recent financial reports.
  22. ASC 606       Restatement
  23. Totals shown are U.S. disbursements made by the AMD PAC and available on the FEC website at http://www.fec.gov/disclosure.shtml.