Herausgeber_in: World Benchmarking Alliance (WBA)
Zielgruppe: Student_innen, Erwachsene
Schlagwörter: Arbeitsbedingungen, Arbeitsrechtsverletzungen, Arbeitssicherheit, Bekleidungsindustrie, COVID-19, Corona, Einkaufspraktiken, Gesundheit, Lohn, Marken, Mindestlohn, Menschenrechte, Sicherheitsvorkehrungen, textile Kette, Unternehmensverantwortung, Umfrage
The coronavirus pandemic is one of the most severe health, humanitarian and economic crises of our time. Outbreaks are affecting all segments of the population in every corner of the globe, however the health and economic impacts of the virus are being borne disproportionately by the poorest and most vulnerable. The effects of COVID-19 and associated restrictions could be felt for decades.
Companies have a responsibility to respect the rights of workers and other stakeholders in their operations and across their supply chains at all times. Fulfilling this responsibility is more essential than ever in the present climate, especially where the most vulnerable workers and communities are concerned.
This is why WBA decided to supplement the 2020 CHRB assessment with a separate study, which considers how the same 229 companies have been impacted by, and have responded to, the increased human right risks and impacts associated with the COVID-19 crisis.
By carrying out this separate study, WBA wanted to explore the response of the private sector to COVID-19. The aim was to identify examples of best practice, where companies have demonstrably placed respect for human rights at the heart of their approach, as well as to highlight instances where companies may have been falling short and, therefore, where increased accountability is needed.
Umfang: 47 Seiten
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