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Case study: How Nestlé strives to operate with a fundamental respect for the rights of the people it employs, does business with or otherwise interacts with

Recognizing that prospering over the long term means doing business in compliance with national and international laws, regulations and standards, as well as its own principles and values, Nestlé has made respect for the rights of the people it employs, does business with or otherwise interacts with a key priority.

By identifying, measuring, managing and changing Nestlé is essentially in control of this very important aspect of CSR/ Sustainability.

The case studies sent out weekly through the FBRH SustainCase Newsletter are intended to give you insights on how you can maintain and increase the value of your company, through a structured process and the use of the Global Reporting Initiative's Standards. We demonstrate how companies worldwide are dealing with their most important impacts (economic, environmental and social) and how they are succeeding in the long-term by building and maintaining favourable reputations and relationships with key stakeholders who can hold them back or stop them from reaching their objectives.

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Case study: How Nestlé strives to operate with a fundamental respect for the rights of the people it employs, does business with or otherwise interacts with
 
Case study: How Nestlé strives to operate with a fundamental respect for the rights of the people it employs, does business with or otherwise interacts with
 
Abstract
Realizing that ethical business practices are essential to long-term business success, Nestlé strives to ensure that its business activities are based on a robust set of guiding values and principles, developed during the last 150 years. In order to operate with a fundamental respect for the rights of the people it employs, does business with or otherwise interacts with Nestlé took action to:
  • assess and address human rights impacts in Nestlé’s operations and supply chain
  • ensure every employee or stakeholder can easily report compliance violations
  • prevent and eliminate child labour in Nestlé’s supply chain
  • fight bribery and corruption
 
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