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  • SABMiller: Management

     The Sustainable Development (SD) team is responsible for guiding strategy on human rights in the context of: emerging external best practice; stakeholder and civil society concerns; and global policy dialogues. The SD team is responsible for...

  • SAP: Management

    Our Commitment to Respect Human Rights describes the standards we aspire to adhere to in the three core areas of employees, partners and suppliers and solutions. Our sustainability organisation is responsible for the implementation of our Commitment to...

  • Target: Management

    Day-to-day management of human rights resides mostly with Target’s Employee & Labor Relations and Social Compliance & Sustainability teams. When it comes to sourcing and supply chain operations, we insist on a high degree of oversight of the...

  • Target: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    Target has an integrity hotline where team members or any third party can anonymously report ethics concerns. This service is available 24 hours a day by phone, email, or by filing a hotline report through our web portal ([link]). We recently added an...

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

    The U.N Guiding Principles confirmed our approach to human rights. We are looking to go beyond traditional factory audits to more proactively address issues like underage labor, forced/bonded labor, and human trafficking. This includes more partnership...

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

    One of our biggest challenges is supply chain transparency, which continues to be an industry wide concern. Despite engagement by our social compliance team, including unannounced audits, some of our production facilities choose to falsify records...

  • Unilever: Management

    Firstly, we are committed to implement the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. Secondly, we have a clear policy framework which includes our Code of Business Principles, our internal Respect, Dignity and Fair Treatment Code Policy and...

  • Volkswagen: Stakeholder engagement

    In cooperation with the Institute for Market, Environment and Society (imug) Volkswagen established a stakeholder panel, which has now been running for over 17 years. It follows the companies’ activities, especially our environmental and sustainability...

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

    In the long term, a company can only be successful if it acts with integrity, complies with statutory provisions worldwide and stands by its voluntary undertakings and ethical principles. At Volkswagen, compliance means playing by the rules. It is a...

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