Companies' Anti-Slavery Performance Improves, Study on California Statements reveals

Author: iPoint-systems, on CSRwire, Published on: 13 March 2017

"Companies' Anti-Slavery Performance Improves, iPoint-funded Study Reveals", 7 Mar 2017

iPoint is excited to announce the release of a new comprehensive benchmarking report which evaluates brands on their anti-slavery compliance with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (CA-TISCA)...The report rates the legal compliance, affirmative practice, and transparency of 1,909 companies' anti-human trafficking and slavery-related disclosure statements of 2016. The study indicates that the companies in focus have improved on all fronts as compared to reporting year 2015... CA-TISCA requires retailers and manufacturers doing business in the state of California with annual worldwide gross receipts exceeding $100 million to publicly disclose the measures they have taken to eradicate modern-day slavery and human trafficking in their supply chains. The companies subject to the Californian law include U.S. as well as foreign companies...

Top Scorers include : American Eagle Outfitters (95%), HP (93%), Intel (92%), Burberry (90%), Brooks Sports (90%), Patagonia (89%), GAP (88%), Papyrus (88%), Bath & Body Works (87%), Vans (87%), and Apple (86%)....

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Related companies: American Eagle Outfitters Apple Burberry Gap HP (Hewlett-Packard) Intel NXP Semiconductors Patagonia