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Auteur: Alison Maitland, Financial Times
The FLA [Fair Labor Association] has now been hired by Syngenta to advise it on how to monitor standards on the farms that supply it indirectly via contractors and sub-contractors. [also refers to Bayer, Monsanto, Unilever]
Auteur: Alison Maitland and Sarah Murray, Financial Times
The release today of Gap's first corporate social responsibility (CSR) report - an ambitious document providing an intimate glimpse into the US garment manufacturer's supply chain practices - offers a bold answer to those who predicted a clampdown in...
Auteur: Oxfam GB, National Group on Homeworking, TUC
...it is also the story of many British workers supplying those same supermarkets and retailers: women workers who are paid, on average, £2.53 per hour...who receive no sick, holiday, or maternity pay, who are made redundant without notice or...
- Egalement dans: Oxfam: Women homeworkers exploited in the UK
Auteur: Sara Lee
Trabajo infantil – Los proveedores no emplearán trabajadores en edad escolar...Remuneración – Como mínimo, los proveedores deberán cumplir con las leyes y regulaciones aplicables a salarios...Discriminación – Los proveedores no discriminarán a las...
- Egalement dans: México: Trabajadoras de maquila que confecciona para Sara Lee denuncian "violación de sus derechos humanos"
- Entreprises concernées: Sara Lee
Auteur: Julia Moskin, New York Times
...by expanding its reach to the produce section (Fair Trade bananas and pineapples are already available, and grapes, mangoes and orange juice are in the pipeline), Fair Trade is now trying to reach the American supermarket shopper. [refers to Wild...
Auteur: Joel Brinkley & James Glanz, New York Times
More than two months after a classified Army report found that two contract workers were implicated in the abuse of Iraqis at a prison outside Baghdad, the companies that employ them say that they have heard nothing from the Pentagon, and that they...
Auteur: Business Ethics
The top four companies for 2004, in rank order, are Fannie Mae, Procter & Gamble, Intel, and St. Paul Companies -- all of which have made the list five years running...Other five-year firms include Avon Products, Ecolab, Herman Miller, Modine...
- Entreprises concernées: Adolph Coors (part of Molson Coors) Aetna AFLAC Agilent Technologies AT&T Avon Cisco Systems Clorox Cummins Eastman Kodak Ecolab Fannie Mae Green Mountain Coffee Herman Miller HP (Hewlett-Packard) IBM Intel John Deere Kellogg Medtronic Merck Motorola Pepsi Bottling Group PepsiCo Pitney Bowes Procter & Gamble Southwest Airlines Starbucks Timberland (part of VF Corp) Whirlpool
Auteur: Sir Geoffrey Chandler, founder-chair, Amnesty International UK Business Group 1991-2001, former director of Shell International, in European Network for Indigenous Australian Rights
Mandatory reporting of a company’s impacts on the environment and the community is an essential starting point for any regulatory framework...A group of seven major companies (ABB, Barclays, Body Shop International, MTV Networks Europe, National Grid...
Auteur: Danette Wineberg, Timberland, & Phillip H. Rudolph, Foley Hoag, in ACC Docket [legal magazine - USA]
In-house lawyers...should...play a central role in building a business case for programs that enable management to anticipate and avoid [risks from corporate social responsibility] issues. [refers to Nike, Timberland, TIAA-CREF, Shell, Wal-Mart]