GE (see General Electric)
Member of UN Global Compact
Headquarters in USA
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Author: General Electric
...pilot programs like the one using the StrongArm wearable have helped some teams identify opportunities to modify workstations or processes in order to avoid potential injuries or exposures. These pilot programs are completely voluntary, meet all...
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USA: Companies respond to surveillance concerns that biometric safety devices may be monitoring warehouse workers' productivity
In November 2019, it was reported that Walmart, Toyota, Heineken and Geodis are testing biometric workplace safety monitoring devices in their warehouses and fulfilment centres in the USA. The devices - made by StrongArm technologies - track workers'...
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Author: Bill George, Harvard Business School (USA)
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Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
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The World's Most Ethical (WME) Companies designation recognizes companies that truly go beyond making statements about doing business "ethically" and translate those words into action. WME honorees not only promote ethical business standards and...
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Author: Business and Human Rights Documentation Project (B-HRD)
China’s electronics industry exports approximately US $232 billion worth of electronics a year, supplying brand-name companies...Many of the 7.7 million people manufacturing these hi-tech products receive low pay and are unable to achieve an adequate...
Author: Jennifer Bergen, Geek.com
Each year, a list comes out of the most ethical companies in the world...The World’s Most Ethical Companies designation recognizes companies that actually demonstrate “real and sustained ethical leadership within their industry.”...Microsoft was on...
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