Supplier Assessment for Labor Practices
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|Item||FY 2017 results||FY 2018 results|
|Ratio of new suppliers that business was commenced with after conducting a labor practices assessment||(Consolidated) 100%||(Consolidated) 100%|
|Number of suppliers identified with a negative impact on labor practices after conducting a CSR self-diagnosis and detailed analysis||Zero||Zero|
We requested suppliers to conduct a CSR self-diagnosis, and conducted a more detailed analysis on the response to labor practices.
There were no suppliers identified that had a negative impact on labor practices.
Why is “Supplier Assessment for Labor Practices” a critical issue to be addressed?
Explanation of the reason and background
Labor practices assessment at the start of new business relationships
Assessment of labor practices in the supply chain
Countermeasures in response to suppliers found to have a significant impact
For example, we deem the impact to be significant in cases such as child labor (that results in children not going to school, etc.) and forced labor (long working hours, lack of appropriate breaks, low wages, etc.).
In malicious cases, we notify the suppliers that penalties such as terminating transactions may be applied and respond according to the situation.
Vision (attainment goal) / target
Measures for vision achievement
We analyze the aggregated results of questionnaires targeting overseas suppliers, and consider countermeasures.