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Employees

We will avoid investing in:

  1. Discrimination – companies involved in major controversies over discrimination against either direct employees or employees in the supply chain. Such discrimination may be based on a number of factors including, but it not limited to, gender, racial group, ethnicity, religious belief, sexual orientation, disability, age, country of origin, or political affiliation.
  2. Labour rights and working conditions  – companies involved in major controversies over labour rights and/or working conditions at their operations. Examples may include poor labour standards, a poor health and safety record, evidence of the use of child or forced labour, a failure to respect the right to freedom of association, or poor union relations.
  3. Labour rights and working conditions in the supply chain  – companies involved in major controversies over labour rights and/or working conditions at their contractors or in their supply chain. Examples may include poor labour standards, a poor health and safety record, evidence of the use of child or forced labour, a failure to respect the right to freedom of association, or poor union relations.