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Title: Labour Rights in Unilever’s Supply Chain: From compliance to good practice. An Oxfam study of labour issues in Unilever’s Viet Nam operations and supplychain
Authors: Wilshaw, Rachel
Unger, Liesbeth
Chi, Do Quynh
Thuy, Pham Thu
Keywords: Labour
Viet Nam
Labour issues
Corporate responsibility
Labour standards
Series/Report no.: Oxfam Research Reports;Page 1-104
Abstract: This new Oxfam report, based on research in Viet Nam, explores the reality on the groundin Unilever’s operations and wider supply chain, and compares the findings with the company's high-level policy commitments. The company co-operated fully with thestudy, providing access to its staff, operations, data and suppliers. This enabled Oxfam to assess the labour standards in the context of international standardsand local conditions. The study focused on issues which are important to workers but difficult for companies to measure and manage: Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining; a Living Wage; and Working Hours and Contract Labour.
ISBN: 978-1-78077-243-1
Appears in Collections:Labor and social protection

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