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  • Mondelēz International: Reporting and communication

    Our corporate strategy to Protect the Well-being of People and the Planet includes four focus areas: sustainability, mindful snacking, community and safety of our people and products. Our 2013 progress report summarizes our approach and reports...

  • 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...

  • NTT Docomo: Reporting and communication

    Sharing information through the Sustainability Report. Please refer to the following link: [link]

  • 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: 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: 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: Governance

    The primary responsibility and oversight for human rights is held by the NIKE, Inc. Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability Committee of the Board of Directors. NIKE reports on its governance process in our corporate responsibility reporting,...

  • Nike: Stakeholder engagement

    At Nike, we believe in the importance of engaging with and listening to multiple stakeholders. They help us prioritize key issues and develop our corporate responsibility policies and approaches. We see stakeholder engagement as a key enabler of both...

  • Nike: Reporting and communication

    NIKE, Inc. communicates human rights commitments and information through corporate responsibility reporting. NIKE’s most recent Sustainable Business Performance Summary report was published May 2014; please see link to the PDF report & reporting...

  • Nike: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    One worker protection expectation of NIKE, Inc. is that contract factories establish grievance systems. At the end of FY13, 82% of contract factories had such systems in place and were in compliance with NIKE standards. Of those in compliance, 70% of...

  • 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...

  • Novartis: Governance

    The lead for specific HR issues are with the responsible functions. e.g. Human Resources, Development, etc. Oversight GNCRC (Board of Directors) as HR is a key CR topic. See document:http://www.novartis.com/downloads/corporate-responsibility/resources...

  • Novartis: Management

    The processes and responsibilies are explained in the following documents: [link] [link]: Including Access to Healthcare, Clinical trials, Human Rights etc. Please take note: the current Human Rights GL and position is currently under review. Code of...

  • Novartis: Stakeholder engagement

    Dialogue with human rights stakeholders Human rights issues and all potentially related company-specific problems are of a high inherent complexity. Being aware that different stakeholders will give different answers when asked what standards of...

  • Novartis: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    Associates who report potential misconduct or who provide information or otherwise assist in any inquiry or investigation of potential misconduct will be protected against retaliatory action. Misconduct is any conduct that violates the Novartis Code of...

  • OMV: Reporting and communication

    Human Rights commitment and progress are reported and communicated via: Annual Report Sustainability Report On request of specific stakeholders

  • Occidental Petroleum

    Stock exchange symbol: (OXY:US) Occidental Petroleum did not respond to the survey.  We welcome a response at any time. Occidental's human rights policy is here: [link] Its social responsbility reporting is here: [link]

  • Orange: Governance

    The responsibility for human rights is shared by several bodies in the highest level in the organization. Human rights, being a part of Orange’s CSR approach are underpinned by a dedicated organisation, involving all employees in every business and...

  • 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...

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