Gaps in retailers' labour and human rights policyBY RACHEL ALEMBAKIS | FRIDAY, 28 JUN 2013 9:18AM
Slightly more than a third of Australian consumer staples and consumer discretionary companies have a publicly disclosed supply chain labour and human rights (LHR) policy, and none of them have board oversight of LHR issues, according to research from the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI).Read more: ACSI, supply chain, Bangladesh, ASX200, retailer, consumer discretionary, consumer staples, Oxfam Australia, Regnan, Australian Council of Superannuation Investors, child labour, discrimination, forced labour, health and safety, Cambodia, China, ESG, freedom of association and collective bargaining, harassment, Helen Szoke, labour and human rights policy, physical and sexual violence, Rana Plaza, Vietnam, wages and working conditions
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