Brotherhood of St Laurence
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This paper seeks to identify how companies manage labour issues in light of the principles and standards for responsible business conduct as promoted by the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, in particular its Chapter IV “Employment and Industrial Relations”. The analysis covers a range of labour issues: equal opportunities, health and safety, job security and training, trade unions and other internationally recognised labour standards such as child labour, forced labour and freedom of association within owned operations and the supply chain. This paper also includes allegations by civil society stakeholders of breaches of internationally recognised core labour standards, both in the company and the supply chain, and international standards on working hours and health and safety to assess how companies are managing labour issues globally.

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