Pandora respects the human rights of our employees, customers and business partners, the workers in our supply chain and the communities in which we operate. Our commitment is aligned with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) and is expressed in our Human Rights Policy and our Suppliers' Code of Conduct. A central pillar of our approach is the commitment to proactive due diligence in line with the UNGPs.
Pandora has taken steps to better understand the human rights risks and impacts across its entire value chain, and is uses a set of identified salient human rights risks to guide its human rights risk mitigation efforts.
Read our current Transparency in Supply Chains Statement to learn how we work to prevent forced labour, child labour, modern slavery and human trafficking in our supply chain in accordance with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act, the UK Modern Slavery Act and the Australia Commonwealth Modern Slavery Act. Annual transparency in supply chains statements:
Pandora’s primary salient human rights risk
- Harassment and gendered impacts
- Modern slavery and forced labour
- Child labour and juvenile work
- Working hours, wages and benefits
- Discrimination and equality
- Freedom of association and collective bargaining
- Access to grievance mechanisms
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