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  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Procter & Gamble: Management

    Last year, we obtained top management approval to deploy our Human Rights Policy Statement, which can be downloaded at: [link] Our Statement demonstrates our support for the U.N. Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights which respects and...

  • Procter & Gamble: Progress since June 2011, when the UN Guiding Principles were endorsed

    We obtained top management approval to deploy our Human Rights Policy Statement, which can be downloaded at: [link] We continue to update our risk-based auditing process of our external business partners, as needed, using third party risk management...

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

    The Respect for Human Rights Policy was approved at the highest level in the company. In January 2014, Repsol’s Chairman and CEO sent a personal message on this very subject to all employees. A range of communication and awareness activities were...

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

    Since 2011, Rio Tinto’s human rights working group has revised the group’s overall human rights approach to be in line with the UNGPs. Some key elements of the revised approach include: A revised stand-alone human rights policy which set the foundation...

  • Roche: Governance

    Every Roche site has a human resource manager responsible for ensuring compliance with Roche’s human rights principles. At Group level, our Compliance Officer deals with all infringements and reports directly to senior management. They submit regular...

  • Roche: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    We do not have operations where human rights could be a significant risk. Therefore, based on materiality assessments, Roche is not participating in such multi-stakeholder initiatives. We collaborate with other pharmaceutical companies under the PSCI...

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

    We continuously increased the number of supplier audits from 50 per year in 2011 to 164 in 2013, and approx. 180 in 2014. We also expanded our collaboration with other companies on supplier audits under the PSCI program. We held supplier days in an...

  • 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...

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

    Due to the global orientation of the company, we see particular challenges in relation to the various country-specific legislations, for example with regards to freedom of assembly and non-discrimination. In terms of our suppliers we have to realise...

  • Sanofi: Management

    - How are human rights managed within your company? From pilot programs to robust management systems, Sanofi deploys targeted actions to avoid causing adverse human rights impacts on patients, employees, clinical trial participants, local communities...

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

    HR are embedded in the ethics policy since 2011 Update 2016: A GAP assessment was done with actions identified to address priority areas. 

  • Schlumberger: Management

    In 2007 an independent specialist risk consultancy was commissioned by Schlumberger to complete a global analysis of human rights instruments and human rights risk mapping of countries that Schlumberger operates in to identify “red flag” markets. In...

  • Shell: Management

    We provide training on our Business Principles for new staff and for those moving to new positions. Our Code of Conduct informs staff how to apply our Business Principles, including respect for the human rights of our employees and support for human...

  • Shell: Stakeholder engagement

    We carry out impact assessments before making any major change to an existing operation or starting a new project. This includes listening to the local community as part of considering potential positive and negative effects of a project and we can...

  • Standard Bank: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    Employees are able to report any unethical conduct through the Human Resources department, business unit ethics officers, the Ethics and Fraud Hotline, Group Financial Crime Control and the Group Ethics Officer. Reported incidents include all types of...

  • 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...

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