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  • Tencent: Governance

    Responsibility for human rights issues rests primarily with the company’s corporate culture and the Employee Relations Department. The company believes that human rights issues have a bearing on the entire development of the corporate culture and...

  • Tencent: Management

    Tencent established a specialized human resources department for unified planning of the establishment and management of an institutional framework for safeguarding human rights throughout the company. It set up a specialized OHS management committee...

  • Tencent: Stakeholder engagement

    First, a more standard system for employee protection and development; second, an employee training and development system that is oriented to the future; third, high-standard safety protection and welfare for employees.

  • Tencent: Actions on health

    An example is gaming systems. To prevent non-adult players from becoming addicted to game playing, the company specially designed an anti-addiction system into the games. The longer a game goes on, the more game scores will decrease. In this way, the...

  • Tencent: Reporting and communication

    Tencent periodically publishes the “Corporate Social Responsibility Report,” which announces safeguarding measures taken in regard to human rights issues. At the same time, if corporate employees encounter problems involving any aspect of human rights,...

  • Tencent: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    The way that the company embodies its humanistic management and its concern for employees is to bestow the company’s solicitude and assistance to employees in every important stage or moment of their growth at Tencent and when employees and their...

  • Tencent: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    Following an internal assessment, Tencent has decided to apply in 2015 for membership in the UN Global Compact.

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

    Tencent has always made employee growth and development the key factors in developing or amending human rights measures. Tencent established standardized management procedures that integrate performance management with occupational development...

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

    At present, company employees have a relatively fuzzy human rights consciousness, particularly in regard to the concept of human rights. They do not have a sufficiently clear understanding of their own rights and interests. This constitutes a certain...

  • Tesco

    Stock exchange symbol: (TSCO:LN)

  • Tesco: Policy commitment

    Link to our current ‘stand-alone’ Human Rights policy: [link] Our approach to Human Rights is also referenced in the below documents: Annual Report 2013/14 (page 19): [link] Our Ethical Trading Approach (including the ETI base code): [link] Our Code of...

  • Tesco: Governance

    Our core company value is: 'We treat people how they want to be treated'. This is central to how we treat our colleagues, customers, communities and people within our supply chains. [link] Ultimately our CEO is accountable for human rights through the...

  • Tesco: Management

    Within our supply chains we start by assessing all of our own brand manufacturers, packers and service providers using Sedex risk assessment questionnaires. These help us identify suppliers that might pose particular risks due to where they are located...

  • Tesco: Stakeholder engagement

    We are active members, sponsors or participants in several multi-stakeholder initiatives that work with supply chains to identify and address issues. In other cases we form bilateral agreements with relevant organisations. For example: The Ethical...

  • Tesco: Identified human rights issues

    The company selected the following from a check list: Health (including environmental health, workplace health & safety) Workplace  diversity / non-discrimination Forced labour and human trafficking (including in supply chains) Operations in ...

  • Tesco: Actions on workplace diversity / non-discrimination

    An example from within our own operations are our colleague-driven networks, including our Asian Network, Women in Business, ABC (African, Black, Caribbean) and Out at Tesco (LGBT Network), which are supported by Tesco both financially and in terms of...

  • Tesco: Actions on forced labour & trafficking

    In June 2014 shocking accounts emerged of slavery in the Thai fishing industry, an industry which provides fish as a component of the feed used to cultivate prawns in our supply chain and the supply chain of all those sourcing Thai prawns. It would...

  • Tesco: Reporting and communication

    In addition to discussing human rights in our Annual Report 2013/14 (page 19), we have a comprehensive Code of Business Conduct in place supported by an e-learning programme that all colleagues must complete. The Code sets out our key policies and...

  • Tesco: Grievance procedures and access to remedy

    As mentioned in Answer 3, our colleague Protector Line ensures that any concerns, such as dishonest activity or a criminal offence, can be raised effectively and confidentially. We have a robust grievance procedure which ensures that all colleague...

  • Tesco: External and collaborative human rights initiatives

    Please see section 4. Our Personnel team are also members of various forums/ organisations such as Opportunity Now (the gender-focused arm of Business in the Community), Business Disability Forum, Stonewall and the Employers Network for Equality and...

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