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KnowTheChain: Ranking of 20 food & beverage companies on efforts to address forced labour in the supply chain
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Blog: Business & human rights courses will influence firms to fill governance gaps & not disregard societal impacts
Author: Caroline Kaeb and David Scheffer, Principles for Responsible Management Education, in Opinio Juris
"The Corporate Joust with Morality," 6 Jun 2016...
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USA: Oxfam report finds poultry workers forced to wear nappies as they are denied adequate toilet breaks & suffer danger to health
The findings are the result of hundreds of interviews with line workers from some of the largest poultry processing companies in the USA, including Tyson Foods, Pilgrim's, and Perdue.
USA: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission inks settlement with Hillshire Brands over racial discrimination case
Author: Bill Hethcock, Dallas Business Journal (USA)
"EEOC wins record settlement for former Texas-based Sara Lee factory workers", 21 Dec 2015...
Author: Tyson Foods
Like Oxfam America, we believe in fair compensation, a safe and healthy work environment and in providing workers with a voice. That’s why our company already does many of the things Oxfam is recommending...
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7 food & beverage companies commit to publicly disclosing risks related to access to water, following investor pressure
"On World Food Day, Seven Food & Beverage Giants Commit to Publicly Disclose Global Water Risks", 16 October 2015...
USA: Animal rights group says workers also in danger of injury from high speeds required by Tyson in poultry slaughterhouses
Author: Cathy Siegner, Food Safety News (USA)
"Undercover Investigation Alleges Abuse of Chickens, Workers at Tyson Slaughter Plant in Texas", 16 Sep 2015...
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Ceres' Feeding Ourselves Thirsty report evaluates 37 food companies on their water use, stewardship and policies, including the right to access to water. The report provides recommendations for how investment analysts can more effectively evaluate...