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Results found: 81

  • Deutsche Borse: How are human rights governed in your company?

    Recently the Group Sustainability Board (GSB) was established. Supported by the Executive Board, each board division is represented by three employees. All decisions taken by the GSB are forwarded to the Executive Board. The GSB deals with all issues...

  • DHL: How are human rights governed in your company?

    At Deutsche Post DHL Group, the topic of human rights falls within the responsibilities of the Group Department for Personnel. The Code of Conduct has been an integral part of our corporate culture since 2006, connecting the Group across divisions and...

  • Deutsche Telekom: Governance

    The responsibilities for the Global Compact Principles are allocated to the different board members. The overall responsibility to comply with all Global Compact Principles is allocated to the CEO. Corruption, for instance, is allocated to the board...

  • Deutsche Telekom: Management

    General management program: For managing the corporate responsibility to respect human rights, DT adopted a strategic human rights due diligence action plan or program framing our human rights activities in alignment with the UN GPs (see [link]). This...

  • Eni: Governance

    Respecting human rights is a shared responsibility within the company, deriving from the obligation to comply with the Code of Ethics, the Sustainability Policy and the other policies with an impact on human rights issues. The Sustainability Department...

  • ExxonMobil: Governance

    The ExxonMobil board of directors and board committees provide oversight of the corporation’s operations. Relevant business lines and corporate support functions work together to develop our company’s positions and activities in the area of human...

  • Freeport-McMoRan: Governance

    The Corporate Responsibility Committee of the Board of Directors oversees the Company’s sustainable development programs, including our human rights policy and practices. [link] The Freeport-McMoRan Sustainable Development Leadership Team provides...

  • Gap: Governance

    Our Social and Environmental Responsibility (S&ER) Department is directed by Bobbi Silten, Senior Vice President of Global Responsibility at Gap Inc. and President of Gap Foundation. Bobbi reports to Michelle Banks, Executive Vice President, Global...

  • General Electric: Governance

    The lead responsibility for Human Rights rolls up to the General Counsel. Operationally, the Company’s human rights initiative is coordinated by the Sr. Labor and Employment Counsel in collaboration with legal peers in the area of EHS, Sourcing,...

  • General Mills: Governance

    The General Mills leadership team has ultimate responsibility for the company’s social responsibility efforts. The team includes: Ken Powell, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer; Kim Nelson, Senior Vice President of External Relations and President of...

  • GlaxoSmithKline: Governance

    Lead responsibility for ensuring GSK considers its human rights impacts sits with the head of Global Ethics and Compliance, who is a member of the Executive Team reporting to the CEO. The head of Global Ethics and Compliance is supported in this...

  • GlaxoSmithKline: Management

    GSK established a Human Rights Steering Group in 2012 to identify and assess actual and potential human rights impacts and to oversee work to prevent or manage negative impacts. The Steering Group provides direction and oversight of the policies,...

  • Glencore: Governance

    Respect for human rights is core to Glencore’s business.  We are committed to providing a safe and secure workplace within a framework that ensures respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms.  This approach is enshrined in our Code of Conduct,...

  • H&M: Governance

    The responsibility to respect and support human rights is integrated into all business functions within H&M. It is endorsed at CEO-level, but H&M actively works with integrating the aspect into all business functions. The lead responsibility...

  • HP (Hewlett-Packard): Governance

    HP has Board and executive-level committees that are responsible for monitoring any human rights or ethical concerns that might arise from HP’s activities. The Nominating, Governance and Social Responsibility Committee (the “NGSR Committee”) is...

  • HSBC: Governance

    Human rights fall under the auspices of the Conduct and Values Committee ('CVC'), a sub-committee of the Board of Directors of HSBC Holdings plc made up of independent non-executive directors. Link to terms of reference of CVC: [link]

  • Heineken: Governance

    As an international brewer, sustainable growth requires that we act according to our core values; they are at the heart of our HEINEKEN Code of Business Conduct and its underlying policies, including our Employees’ and Human Rights Policy. Employees’ ...

  • Henkel: How are human rights governed in your company?

    Our policy of doing business in an ethical and legal manner is inseparably linked with the respect for human rights, the customs, traditions and the social values of the countries in which we operate. The Henkel Management Board bears overall...

  • ITC: Governance

    Compliance with Policy is regularly monitored and evaluated by the Sustainability Compliance Review Committee (SCRC) of the Corporate Management Committee (CMC). The report of the SCRC is reviewed by the CMC every quarter. The CSR and Sustainability...

  • Inditex: Governance

    Section 5.3 (a) iv) of Inditex’s Board of Directors’ Regulations stipulates that the Board of Directors shall, among other things, approve the general strategies and policies of the company with regard to Corporate Social Responsibility. Section 5.5...

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