People

Managing labour standards and human rights in the supply chain.

How is this calculated?


History

Level 1: Build a foundation and set ambitions

VIVOBAREFOOT has continued to develop its human rights and labour standards strategy, underpinned by a Code of Conduct which upholds the International Labour Organization (ILO) core conventions. VIVOBAREFOOT still requires its suppliers to sign the Code of Conduct and has visibility of its direct suppliers by geography. The brand commits to manage labour standards and human rights and has set internal targets to ensure it monitors and tracks its progress through 2016. These activities resulted in a level 1 score of 89%.

Level 2: Make steady progress

VIVOBAREFOOT has assigned responsibility for the management of labour standards and human rights in its supply chain to a senior manager. VIVOBAREFOOT continues to use a local team and third party auditors to monitor the social compliance of its suppliers, and has a system in place to monitor its suppliers that have a valid social compliance audit. There remains room for the brand to record the number of non-compliances identified by clause and monitor corrective actions. The brand could also develop purchasing practices that effectively ensure factories have adequate lead times, resulting in a level 2 score of 45%.

Level 3: Adopt best practice

This year VIVOBAREFOOT has chosen to assess itself against level 1 and 2 only and did not submit evidence for level 3, which evaluates best practice.


Explore more cubes