We provide global companies and their supply chain partners with integrated assessment, research, consulting, and training services to address the root causes of unsafe, unfair, or illegal labor practices in their supply chains.
Verité’s web-based Worker Training Center for Chinese factory workers offers 10 cartoon- and live video-format modules, bilingually in Chinese and English, on labor and life skills topics. These modules provide workers with knowledge and channels to resolve workplace issues and protect their own health and safety.
We believe that labor rights are human rights. We provide the knowledge and tools needed to address the worst forms of child labor, forced labor, human trafficking, and systemic gender discrimination across regions and sectors.
Verité’s CUMULUS Forced Labor Screen™ is a cost-effective, technology-driven approach to identifying forced labor and human trafficking risk in global supply chains. Through a secure online platform, member companies can map their labor supply chains and assess risks introduced by supply chain partners’ recruitment practices and labor agents.
We offer an unbiased understanding of working conditions in global supply chains through our network of researchers. Our analysis and recommendations provide actionable insight to companies, governments, and others.
Created with support from the U.S. Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, Verité has published a new set of free online tools designed to help food and beverage companies better identify, prevent, and address human trafficking or trafficking-related practices in their global supply chains.
RBA (formerly EICC) Labor & Ethics Lead Auditor Course
This is CQI – IRCA certified course 1749.
Open for Registration
July 2-5, 2019 London, England (4-day, max 10 participants) – FULL contact firstname.lastname@example.org for waitlist
Coming Soon for 2019
- USA – Sept 2019 – (4-day, max 10 participants)
- China – Sept 2019 (in Mandarin)
Able to host or have a suggested location for a training? Please contact us.
The RBA (formerly EICC) Code Standards: Labor, Ethics and Management System
This interactive course ‘unpacks’ the 60 audit criteria making up the labor, ethics, and management system pillars of the RBA Code.
Two Free Introductory E-Learning Courses
For those who want to increase their knowledge of supply chain accountability, we offer two free courses on: