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  • McDonald's: Progress since June 2011, when the UN Guiding Principles were endorsed

    Central to the Standards of Business Conduct are three principles—personal accountability, open communication, and responsible action. Company employees are asked to recognize that they can “keep the shine on our Arches by doing the right things in the...

  • Microsoft: Policy commitment

    Microsoft has a stand-alone Global Human Rights Statement ([link]). Human rights are also incorporated into policies including: our Supplier Code of Conduct: [link] and our Standards of Business Conduct: [link]. Update 2016: Updated Human Rights Policy

  • 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...

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

    As noted above, Microsoft was among the first companies to align our human rights work with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights released in 2011. In response to those principles, we released Microsoft’s Global Human Rights Statement...

  • Mondelēz International: Policy commitment

    Yes. [link] Additional policies: Code of Conduct: [link] Corporate Responsibility Expectations for Direct Suppliers and Supplier Contract Provisions: [link] [link] Supply Chain Transparency and Labor Practices: [link] Palm oil position statement: [link...

  • Monsanto: Policy commitment

    In April of 2006, Monsanto’s Board of Directors adopted our Human Rights Policy, which is available on our website at [link]. Our Human Rights Policy is guided by the Universal Declaration on Human Rights, which provides the most widely recognized...

  • NTT Docomo: Policy commitment

    Yes. [link]  See also: [link] [link]

  • Nestlé: Policy commitment

    Yes, Principle 4: "Human rights in our business activities" of the Nestlé Corporate Business Principles ([link]) explicitly recognizes the corporate responsibility to respect human rights as defined in the UN Framework on Business and Human Rights....

  • Nestlé: Governance

    The Nestlé Human Rights Working Group (HRWG) aims to strengthen the effectiveness and improve the coordination of human rights-related activities and initiatives across the entire company. The HRWG meets on a bi-monthly basis in order to: Supervise and...

  • 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: 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...

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

    Some of the main challenges we face in the implementation of our Human Rights Due Diligence Programme are:  The lack of coordination among governments, international and civil society organisations and business to tackle systemic human rights issues...

  • Nike: Policy commitment

    Yes, NIKE is a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact. The first two principles are related to human rights. Principle 1 states, “Businesses should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights” and Principle 2...

  • Novartis: Policy commitment

    [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 Conduct: [link], Supplier Code: [link].

  • Novartis: Other actions

    Living Wages: Novartis is one of the first international companies to have developed and implemented a voluntary commitment to pay a living wage to all its Group company associates. We commissioned Business for Social Responsibility (BSR) to establish...

  • OMV: Policy commitment

    Dedicated Human Rights Policy: [link] Code of Conduct: [link]

  • 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...

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