Guidance Note 8: Zero Tolerance

by Better Factories Cambodia last modified 2022-02-22T06:34:21+07:00
Having a zero-tolerance policy in relation to gender based violence and harassment (GBVH), in principle, is a good idea. However, how that policy is expressed and put into operation can have different outcomes and potentially lead to unintended consequences for victims and survivors. This discussion has been had on similar issues such as child labour in the supply chain. This note is provided to help companies in considering the application of a zero-tolerance approach to GBVH. The guidance should support all companies in deciding whether and what type of zero tolerance policy it should have.

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