Labor rights are at the core of many of our salient issues, and we’re implementing wide-ranging programs to ensure good conditions for workers in our supply chain.
Why it matters
Nestlé is against all forms of human rights violations, including labour rights violations. This is outlined in our policy: Nestlé Commitment on Labour Rights in Agricultural Supply Chains (pdf, 200Kb).
Labor issues are an essential part of our human rights work, and we’re implementing programs that deal with the most pressing problems that we face in our supply chains.
What we are doing
We’re dedicated to making steady progress on protecting children and workers in our supply chains. Nestlé India aims to improve the livelihoods of workers in our supply chain, and protect their labour rights to ensure a fair and equitable work environment in the value chain. We have identified human rights that are closely associated with the agricultural supply chain and addressed them through our Responsible Sourcing Guidelines.
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