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Human rights screening of new suppliers (G4-HR10-a)

What percentage of new suppliers were screened using human rights criteria?
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Companies Values
General Mills Inc.+image
General Mills Inc.
Minnesota (United States)
100
% 2015
Ford Motor Company+image
Ford Motor Company
Michigan (United States)
100
% 2014
Dow Chemical+image
Dow Chemical
Michigan (United States)
100
% 2014
CVS Caremark+image
CVS Caremark
100
% 2014
Credit Suisse Group+image
Credit Suisse Group
Switzerland
100
% 2015
Carillion+image
Carillion
United Kingdom
100
% 2014
BASF SE+image
BASF SE
Germany
100
% 2014
Acer Inc.+image
Acer Inc.
Taiwan, Province of China
100
% 2014
Ford Otosan+image
Ford Otosan
100
% 2014
ArcelorMittal+image
ArcelorMittal
Netherlands
100
% 2015
Orange+image
Orange
France
100
% 2014
Lenovo Group Ltd.+image
Lenovo Group Ltd.
Hong Kong
100
% 2014
Lowe's Companies, Inc.+image
Lowe's Companies, Inc.
North Carolina (United States)
100
% 2014
L'Oreal+image
L'Oreal
France
100
% 2014
KLA-Tencor+Image
KLA-Tencor
California (United States)
100
% 2014
Mitsui Chemicals+image
Mitsui Chemicals
100
% 2014
Johnson Controls+image
Johnson Controls
Wisconsin (United States)
100
% 2014
PTT Public Company Limited+image
PTT Public Company Limited
Thailand
100
% 2015
Puma+image
Puma
Germany
100
% 2014
SABAF+image
SABAF
100
% 2014

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About

This metric is based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 Guidelines. It covers part of the information required by G4-HR10 - `Percentage of new suppliers that were screened using human rights criteria`.

​This Indicator informs stakeholders about the percentage of suppliers selected or contracted subject to the organization’s human rights due diligence processes. 

The UN Protect, Respect and Remedy: a Framework for Business and Human Rights (107) has confirmed the expectation that organizations should respect human rights throughout their activities and relationships with others. 

Human rights due diligence should be initiated as early as possible in the development of a new relationship with a supplier. Significant potential negative human rights impacts may be prevented or mitigated at the stage of structuring contracts or other agreements.

Methodology

To calculate the percentage of new suppliers that were screened using human rights criteria - G4-HR10-a:

  • ​Identify the total number of new suppliers that the organization considered selecting or contracting with. 
  • Identify the total number of new suppliers that were screened using human rights criteria. 
  • Calculate the percentage.

Human rights criteria may include:

  • Child labor
  • Discrimination
  • Forced or compulsory labor
  • Freedom of association and collective bargaining
  • Indigenous rights
  • Security practices

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