Our vision is a world where people work under safe, fair, and legal conditions.
As an independent, non-profit, civil society organization, Verité is recognized for its unique credibility. Since 1995, we have partnered with hundreds of corporations, governments, and NGOs to illuminate labor rights violations in supply chains and remedy them to the benefit of workers and companies alike.
Verité is committed to a diverse workforce and is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate against any employee, intern, or applicant for employment or internship on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, class, religion, veteran status, ability, and any other federal, state, or locally protected classes.
To provide businesses with tools that help to eliminate labor abuses.
To empower workers to advocate for their rights.
To create publicly-shared resources that enlighten and drive action.
To contribute our expertise to government labor and human rights policy.
The Verité Approach
We illuminate problems: From benchmarking policy to evaluating sourcing to field-based interviews, Verité develops a portrait of your supply chain that identifies risk and labor rights abuses.
We analyze and report: Verité gathers and interprets information so it has context and
meaning that sharpens focus and defines direction.
We identify solutions: Verité provides actionable recommendations, helping companies address strategic and tactical social responsibility gaps within existing business systems and imperatives.
We collaborate and educate: Verité customizes capacity building programs to enhance the skills of managers, workers, auditors, and social responsibility decision-makers.
The Verité Network
Verité has a history of work in over 70 countries, with a global network of experts in Africa, Asia, Europe, South America, North America and Australia.
Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship
Schwab US Social Entrepreneur of the Year