Supply Chain Integrity and Ethics

For what – or whom – is your business responsible?

While ethical and responsible business practices rank high on modern corporate agendas, risks and complexities abound for companies who rely on global supply chains. Our experts can help you navigate this uncertain terrain.

Labour practices and conditions inside developing countries are under today’s spotlight with allegations of human rights abuses, sweatshop factories, dangerous working conditions and child labour increasingly prevalent.

The impact such claims can have on a company’s reputation and sales among ethically aware customers and investors can be dramatic.

We can help you:

  • Assess in-country or inter-country risks
  • Consider improved ways of working
  • Facilitate discussions around the UN guiding principles on Business and Human Rights
  • Develop good employment practice
  • Address the labour related implications of significant technological change in supply chains and the displacement of workers through automation
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