Corporate Social Responsibility is three-fold. It encompasses not only what we do with our profits, but also how we make them. It goes beyond philanthropy & compliance but also addresses how we manage our economic, social, and environmental impacts, as well as our relationships in all key spheres of influence such as marketplace, workplace, public policy, supply chain and society.
We strongly believe that it is every company’s responsibility to contribute back towards the society. We do give both time & money regularly for the benefit of charities & other community programs. We strongly believe in treating people or employees fairly and ethically. We do not tolerate child labour. We deal with factories which understand environmental issues & are responsible enough to take possible steps in their capacity.
Child and Forced Labor
Child and forced labor are pervasive problems throughout the world. To this end, we have adopted the following principles to reinforce its core value of treating all people with dignity and respect.
– We will not tolerate the use of child or forced labor by any of its partners, suppliers & their sub-contractors.
– Exploitation of children, their engagement in unacceptably hazardous work, and the physical punishment, abuse, or involuntary servitude of any worker is completely un-acceptable.
– We expect our partners, suppliers & sub-contractors with whom we do business to uphold the same standards. Should a pattern of violation of these Principles become known to us and not be corrected, we shall discontinue the business relationship.
– We support temporary workplace internship and apprenticeship education programs for younger persons as well as customary seasonal employment so long as such persons are closely supervised and their morals, safety, health, and compulsory education are not compromised in any way.
– For purposes of these Principles, a “child” is anyone who is less than 16 years of age.
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