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31 Jul 2018

Brief: Business Case for Engineering & Construction Companies to Promote the Rights and Welfare of Workers

Developed by industry-leading companies – in dialogue with experts from academia, civil society, government, and corporate law – this document introduces a high-level business rationale for engineering and construction companies to promote the rights and welfare of workers in their operations and supply chains. Beyond important moral considerations, an increasing array of stakeholder and regulatory drivers create a robust case for companies to implement responsible human rights policies and practices. In today’s globalized infrastructure market, improving worker welfare within your organization and in project execution has significant implications for productivity, compliance, reputation, competitiveness, and the ability to secure and retain investment.

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