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So. Africa: Workers at Heineken's brewery allege sexual harassment by their supervisors; includes Heineken's comments and Imperial's response
Workers at Heineken's brewery marched in April alleging that their superiors sexually abuse them and demand 'sex for favourable shifts and other favours'. Heineken Worker Forum alleged that “Women experience extreme violence because of these unequal...
List of large businesses, associations & investors with public statements & endorsements in support of human rights due diligence regulation
Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Large businesses (>1 bn € turnover) and associations with public statements and endorsements in support of mandatory human rights due diligence (non-comprehensive list), last updated 18 November 2019...
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- Related companies: "S Group" Barry Callebaut BMW Coca-Cola Finland Daimler Fazer Group Firmenich Heineken IKEA Kesko KiK Mars Mercuria Energy Migros Mondelēz International Nestlé Netherlands Novo Nordisk (part of Novo Group) Rabobank Sampo Group Stora Enso Tchibo Trafigura Beheer Wihuri Group
Calls for major reforms to UK Modern Slavery Act & mandatory due diligence growing, Ethical Corporation reports
Author: Katherine Steiner-Dicks, Ethical Corporation
"‘We know most global companies have modern slavery in their supply chains’", 6 Aug 2019...
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- Related companies: "S Group" Argos (part of Home Retail Group) ASDA (part of Walmart) ASN Bank (part of SNS Reaal) ASOS Barry Callebaut Bavaria (part of SABMiller) Cargill Heineken Home Retail Group Homebase (part of Home Retail Group) John Lewis Partnership Marks & Spencer Rabobank Sainsbury's SNS Reaal Tesco Tony's Chocoloney Travis Perkins Vedanta Resources Waitrose (part of John Lewis Partnership) Walmart Wickes
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'...
...At the end of 2018, we conducted a trial in three warehouses to determine whether the use of exoskeletons can reduce back pain and injuries caused due to incorrect or heavy lifting of weights. Approximately 100 colleagues participated in this...
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- This is a response from the following companies: Heineken