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Thinking Like the Consumer: Kimberly-Clark Leverages Brand Insights to Elevate Compliance Programs

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Kurt Drake, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
Kimberly-Clark Corp.

Great brands like Huggies, Kleenex, Scott, and Kotex take deep consumer insights and apply them to every aspect of a product’s design, packaging, and marketing.  It’s a continuous cycle that repeats itself in order for these essential brands to stand out with consumers.

Caterpillar's Governance & Ethics

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Caterpillar’s Code of Conduct – Our Values in Action – defines what Caterpillar stands for and what we believe in, documenting uncompromisingly high ethical standards for our company. The Code of Conduct helps Caterpillar employees every day by providing detailed guidance on the behaviors that support Our Values in Action – Integrity, Excellence, Teamwork, Commitment and Sustainability.

Caterpillar Takes Pride in Its Governance & Ethics

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Caterpillar’s Code of Conduct – Our Values in Action – defines what Caterpillar stands for and what we believe in, documenting uncompromisingly high ethical standards for our company. The Code of Conduct helps Caterpillar employees every day by providing detailed guidance on the behaviors that support Our Values in Action – Integrity, Excellence, Teamwork, Commitment and Sustainability.

Acting Ethically and with Integrity

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To achieve our purpose – to create value and improve lives through sustainable and responsible mining – everyone who works on Newmont’s behalf is expected to demonstrate integrity and ethical business practices that reflect the values, attitudes, beliefs and behaviors that define our culture.

Building trust through transparency and accountability

Cisco Named One of World’s Most Ethical Companies

by Austin Belisle
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For the 9th year in a row, Cisco has been honored by the Ethisphere Institute as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies. This year, Ethisphere honored 131 companies representing 54 industry sectors, 21 countries, and five continents. Cisco is one of four honorees in the Technology category.

Loophole In Tariff Act Closed: Will Evolving Regulations In Modern Day Slavery Affect Your Company?

Modern Day Slavery Continues to be in the Spotlight.
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Until yesterday, a low supply of domestically produced goods has led the US to overlook a key part of the Tariff Act of 1930.

Modern Day Slavery: The Scope May Be Larger Than You Think

Downstream Firms Must Stay On Top Of The Evolving Regulation
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The scope of the UK Modern Day Slavery Act is currently determined by two things; location, and revenue threshold.  The location criteria is defined as a company that is based in the UK.  The revenue threshold of companies in scope is set at £36 Million, however companies that fall under that threshold still may be asked to report.

Modern Day Slavery: Is Your Company Doing Enough?

What it takes to run a strong ethical sourcing program
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Forced labor, Code of Conduct, Anti-Corruption.  These are all terms that all companies must address as they develop their commitments to ethical sourcing.  This is easier said than done.  Complex supply chains, undocumented labor practices, and bribery hidden deep below the surface make it very hard to identify problems within a company's labor force and supply chain. 

Electronics Industry Leads the Way in Combating Forced Labor

EICC Code of Conduct Bans Recruitment Fees, Strengthens Key Protections for Workers
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ALEXANDRIA, Va., April 8, 2015 /3BL Media/ – The Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC), a nonprofit coalition of leading electronics companies dedicated to supply chain responsibility, has made the eradication of forced labor a high priority in 2015 as evidenced by a series of recent actions taken to strengthen its Code of Conduct. The EICC today announced changes to its Code designed to protect workers and a membership vote to ban all recruitment fees paid by workers.

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