Results found: 49

  • 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...

  • ITC: Actions on health

    ITC has a formal EHS management structure with clearly defined roles and responsibilities, in complete conformity with OHSAS 18001 and ISO 14001 standards. All ITC manufacturing units are ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certified. All major hotels...

  • Jindal: Management

    Since the signing of the 'Women Empowerment Principles' CEO Statement of support, there has been a concerted drive to educate women employees as also women close to our plant locations on their rights and fair wages. The communities close to our...

  • Johnson & Johnson: Governance

    At Johnson & Johnson, we are guided by a statement of beliefs we call Our Credo, which outlines our responsibilities to our customers, our employees, our communities around the world, as well as our shareholders. These responsibilities guide our...

  • Johnson & Johnson: Actions on conflict minerals

    Along with governments, NGOs, the investment community and other corporations, Johnson & Johnson is concerned with human rights violations, such as forced labor, sexual violence, human trafficking and child labor, which we understand are occurring...

  • KDDI: Management

    Note: English translation of KDDI's Japanese original - currently under review by the company: will be made available here as soon as approved.

  • Mars: Management

    To ensure that we target salient impacts, where we can make the most valuable contribution, our due diligence will initially focus on two areas: 1. Our operations, where we have the most control and; 2. Sourcing, where our highest risks lie. How are...

  • Monsanto: Management

    We believe that the nature of our business is that the biggest human rights risks lie with our use of temporary seasonal labor in the production of seeds. The cornerstone of our approach to managing human rights is our global risk assessment, which...

  • Nestlé: Governance

    The Nestlé Human Rights Working Group (HRWG) aims to strengthen the effectiveness and improve the coordination of human rights-related activities and initiatives across the entire company. The HRWG meets on a bi-monthly basis in order to: Supervise and...

  • Nestlé: Other actions

    For each of the priorities identified above, specific action plans has been elaborated and implemented. This is an example of how we are addressing one of these priorities a specific sector and country, i.e. child labour in the cocoa supply chain in...

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

    At NIKE, we believe one of our responsibilities, as a global company is to play a role in bringing about positive, systemic change for workers within our supply chain and in the industry. We've run the course – from establishing a Code of Conduct that...

  • OMV: Management

    In order to meet our concrete responsibilities to respect human rights and not to become complicit, we attach special importance to a well-structured process of Human Rights Due Diligence as well as the establishment of effective operational-level...

  • OMV: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    OMV seeks to build strong relationships with Stakeholders and manage the impact of its business activities in line with the responsibilities defined in OMV Human Rights Matrix. Nevertheless, it recognizes that Complaints about its activities will occur...

  • Orange: Policy commitment

    Yes, Orange was one of the first companies to join the United Nations Global Compact in 2000, asserting its commitment to respecting and promoting basic human rights in its activities and sphere of influence. The commitment to respect and promote human...

  • PepsiCo: Governance

    The Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee of PepsiCo’s Board of Directors is responsible for annually reviewing the Corporation’s key public policy issues, including sustainability initiatives, such as human rights and its engagement in the...

  • PepsiCo: Management

    The Human Rights Operating Council partners with PepsiCo’s Enterprise Risk Team to incorporate human rights due diligence questions in our Global Risk Tool to be answered at the country level. We do this annually to raise awareness of human rights and...

  • Pernod Ricard: Governance

    At Group Level and at top management Level, the Managing Director in charge of HR and CSR; Pernod Ricard ‘s internal Charter sets out the requirement that its employees comply with the law, including fundamental principles such as the respect of human...

  • Pernod Ricard: Management

    We would like here to give two elements as illustration: 1. Pernod Ricard made a formalized commitment to human right through its CSR European agreement [link] - On 7 January 2014 in Paris, Pernod Ricard and EFFAT (European Federation for Food,...

  • Petrobras: Management

    The Business and Management Plan (PNG) 2014-2018 envisages the implementation of more than 830 business projects, all of which are considered essential for the company’s growth strategy and for achieving the plan’s targets. Decisions on these projects...

  • Roche: Management

    We do not have operations where this could be a significant risk. However, human rights are also part of our audits of suppliers that we conduct under the Pharma Supply Chain Initiative (“PSCI”) Principles ([link]). Total number of audits conducted in...

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