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Results found: 247

  • AT&T: Policy commitment

    Yes. Our commitment to this issue is detailed in our Human Rights in Communication Policy [link], and our work is supported by our Code of Business Conduct [link], our Privacy Policy [link] and our Principles of Conduct for Suppliers [link].

  • AT&T: Management

    We post our human rights policy online, and we publicize it in a variety of ways, such as by blogging, speaking at public events or sharing with policymakers. We make it available to our employees, particularly those most likely to interact with human...

  • Anadarko: Management

    In addition to a corporate commitment to respect human rights at our operations worldwide, human rights impact assessments may be conducted on an individual project-basis. Language consistent with our Human Rights Statement and designed to ensure the...

  • Anadarko: Stakeholder engagement

    We regularly communicate our Human Rights Statement to all interested and related stakeholders, including our contractors and suppliers. Additional examples of stakeholder engagement activities are available on our website and in the CR Deck as...

  • Anglo American: Policy commitment

    Yes, Human Rights Policy: [link] See also the Anglo American Social Way, and Sustainable Development in the Supply Chain policies available at: [link]

  • Anheuser-Busch InBev: Stakeholder engagement

    We engage with our employees through formal and informal dialogue to make sure they are aware of the standards, expectations and commitments in relation to our responsibility to respect human rights in our own operations. We communicate our grievance...

  • Anheuser-Busch InBev: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    While we have a Responsible Sourcing policy, identifying and addressing human rights violations in our supply chain presents the greatest challenge. We are committed to working with our partners to continually improve our processes and systems to...

  • Aramex: Management

    Aramex implementation of the human right principles is integrated within its business processes; a regular employee engagement sessions are conducted in collaboration with external entities. Also a system for reporting any violations is in place which...

  • Aramex: Actions on tax avoidance & revenue disclosure

    For the Transparency in payments to governments we have established a strong anti-bribery and corruption program that caters for training our staff and our business partners; prevents any miss-conduct and tracks any violation if it happens.

  • Aramex: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    Working in different geographical locations imposes various types of challenges including human rights related ones; for example in some countries of operation child labor; forced labor and other violations are normal business practice and we have to...

  • Archer Daniels Midland: Other actions

    ADM is a signatory to the National Agreement to Eradicate Slave Labor in Brazil, a commitment to refrain from negotiating with companies included in the List of Slavery Work maintained by the Brazilian Ministry of Labor.  Since 2009, ADM has worked...

  • Archer Daniels Midland: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    ADM partnered with select stakeholders to develop its Respect for Human Rights policy and is currently developing an implementation plan. This commitment to respect human rights is informed by international law and by the principles of liberty and...

  • Associated British Foods: Actions on workplace diversity / non-discrimination

    Workplace diversity / non-discrimination Twining’s Thailand: An audit found that the site were specifying age, gender and sometimes weight and height during their recruitment process. Following the inspection, the site was advised on why physical...

  • Associated British Foods: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    ABF commits to ensure compliance with the UN Declaration on Human Rights in the management of all our businesses. In addition, Primark was awarded the classification as a leader by the Ethical Trade Initiative (ETI) and we have a comprehensive group...

  • Associated British Foods: Progress since June 2011, when the UN Guiding Principles were endorsed

    Before the Ruggie Framework was formalized into the internationally agreed UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in 2011, ABF were already publically reported the following on human rights: “Managers must take account of the core...

  • BG Group: Stakeholder engagement

    Local communities: BG Group’s approach to consultation is outlined in our Social Performance Standard; this covers engagement around potential human rights issues: Consultation with affected stakeholders shall be led or coordinated by a BG Group or...

  • BG Group: Challenges, and additional guidance that would be helpful

    Challenges: - When a company is a non-operator or a minority partner without an operational mandate in a joint venture, the company is limited in what it can do to implement its human rights commitments. - Integrating human rights commitments...

  • BHP Billiton: Policy commitment

    The BHP Billiton Charter articulates the Company’s values of Sustainability, Integrity, Respect, Performance, Simplicity and Accountability. These values guide behaviour, inform decision-making and are integral to long-term success. BHP Billiton’s...

  • BHP Billiton: Management

    BHP Billion’s human rights policy commitment is outlined in its Code of Business Conduct and the management system to operationalise its commitment is based on the Company’s Group Level Documents (GLDs). GLDs contain minimum, mandatory performance...

  • BP: Progress since June 2011, when the UN Guiding Principles were endorsed

    Planned action for 2013: Develop and implement human rights training for high-priority businesses and functions What we did: Conducted 21 dedicated human rights training events for more than 400 people, including workshops for senior leaders in...

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