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  • Mars: Reporting & Communication

    Tracking and transparency In order to measure progress internally, we will develop relevant metrics, including quarterly reporting on number of new Associates trained on human rights. We will also annually report on our performance to the Management...

  • Microsoft: Management

    We work to ensure that we respect human rights across all aspects of our business and we seek to apply the power of technology to promote human rights globally. Since endorsing the UN Global Compact in 2006, Microsoft has had a formal commitment to...

  • 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...

  • Monsanto: Reporting and communication

    Internal training was mentioned in our response to Question 3 (What training is conducted for staff and business partners?); however, in addition to the computer-based and in-person trainings mentioned there, we have instituted a Human Rights Awareness...

  • Nestlé: Management

    We deliver on our responsibility to respect human rights at the corporate level and across country operations through the implementation of our Human Rights Due Diligence Programme. The Programme is made of 8 pillars that are described below. For more...

  • Nestlé: Stakeholder engagement

    We engage with stakeholders and rights-holders at different levels and through different channels. Every year we conduct two global stakeholder consultations (one in London and the other in a country operation) where human rights issues, among other...

  • 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...

  • Nestlé: Reporting and communication

    Internal communication and awareness-raising “Human rights in our business activities” is one of our 10 Corporate Business Principles. These Principles haven been distributed to each of our 340,000 employees and regular training on each of these...

  • Nestlé: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    As part of Pillar #8 of our Human Rights Due Diligence Programme (monitoring), we have developed an Integrity Reporting System that enables our employees to report any illegal or non-compliant behaviour they observe on an anonymously basis. Tell Us...

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

    “Human rights in our business activities” is one of our 10 Corporate Business Principles that were revised in 2010. In 2011, we started implementing our our 8-Pillar Human Rights Due Diligence Programme that is fully aligned with the UN Guiding...

  • Nike: Management

    Human rights impacts are defined and addressed by NIKE, Inc.’s Sustainable Manufacturing and Sourcing teams. Issues are identified by local and regional sourcing managers, and from issues arising from audits of factories. Upon identification of actual...

  • OMV: Stakeholder engagement

    Effective stakeholder engagement enables us to better anticipate and take advantage of fast changing societal expectations and operating conditions. In 2014, OMV conducted eight stakeholder analysis workshops in order to make sure the relevant internal...

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

    2011 Integration of Human Rights as core element of Resourcefulness Strategy 2012 Human Rights Due Diligence Process developed and fully applied on all new country entries 2013 Over 20 different country entries supported with Human Rights Risk...

  • Orange: Management

    The human rights management theme is very broad and complex, so that Orange has been undertaking many measures to ensure proper approach to this extensive issue. Some of them (e.g. grievance procedures, stakeholder engagement, cooperation with external...

  • Orange: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    We use several measures: Company training programs containing sections on human rights for managers and employees Whistle blowing procedure for employees Official company pro-active measures to respect fundamental human rights e.g. industry dialogue...

  • 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: 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,...

  • Pernod Ricard: Stakeholder engagement

    The Pernod Ricard’s stakeholders engagement process is on all CSR aspects, including Human Right - there is no process dedicated only Human Rights. In 2012, in order to gain a better understanding of stakeholders’ expectations and incorporate them into...

  • Petrobras: Stakeholder engagement

    EMPLOYEES. Petrobras conducts an annual Organizational Environment Survey. This is the company’s main tool for assessing employee views on working conditions and labour relations, including positive points and areas where improvement is needed. Data is...

  • Pfizer: Actions on health

    Globally, underserved populations often struggle to access functioning health care systems and therefore do not have consistent access to safe and reliable medicines. The number of people without access to essential health care services is estimated at...

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