At GlamCorner we aim to build ethical and sustainable practices into every aspect of our business and we recognise the importance of managing our supply chain. This Supplier Code of Conduct aims to define standards for fair, safe and healthy working conditions and environmental responsibility throughout our supply chain.
GlamCorner seeks to work with suppliers who are committed to continuous improvement and who are moving forward on their sustainability journey from basic to leadership practices. The intent of this Supplier Code of Conduct is to share our principles and clearly communicate GlamCorner’s expectations of our suppliers.
GlamCorner expect our suppliers to review this Code of Conduct and encourage them to ensure that their organisations and their extended supply chains comply with these principles, including: sub-suppliers, sub-contractors as well as permanent, temporary and agency workers whether they are salaried, hourly paid, legal young workers, part-time, night and migrant workers.
GlamCorner and its employees are committed to the following ethical standards and business practices:
We expect our suppliers, and their respective supply chains, to share our values and adhere to these same principles which form part of our Supplier Code of Conduct.
Suppliers are required to operate fully with relevant and all applicable laws and regulations of the countries in which they operate, including those at the federal, state/provincial and local community levels. GlamCorner only seeks to partner with suppliers whom we consider reputable and whose business and labour practices conform to the requirements of applicable laws.
We expect that all suppliers to GlamCorner will be aware that human rights are universal and fundamental rights that preserve the inherent freedom, dignity and equality of all human beings. We expect all suppliers to:
We expect suppliers to:
At GlamCorner we are committed to ensuring the health and safety of our employees, customers, contractors or visitors. We require GlamCorner suppliers to:
GlamCorner is proud to contribute to the communities in which we live and work. We aim to create partnerships with some of Australia’s leading community organisations who support important social and environmental issues. At GlamCorner we encourage Suppliers and their employees to get involved in local, social and environmental community charities by volunteering their time or providing other types of support.
At GlamCorner we respect all people, leveraging diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. We expect our Suppliers to:
GlamCorner is committed to developing a supplier list which reflects our diverse customer base and offers a wide range of perspectives and capabilities. The suppliers we seek to engage, include: indigenous-owned businesses, women-owned or led businesses, disability enterprises and social enterprises.
Suppliers must not employ workers younger than the greater of 15 years of age; or 14 where the local law allows such exception consistent with International Labour Organisation Guidelines; or the age for completing compulsory education or the minimum age established by law in the country of manufacture. Juvenile workers (ages 15-17) shall not perform work which, by its nature or the circumstances in which it is carried out, is likely to comprise their health, safety or morals.
Suppliers must not use involuntary or forced/slave labour. GlamCorner will not allow forced or involuntary labour whether in the form of prison labour, indentured labour, slave or bonded labour. Overtime hours must be voluntary. Migrant workers should be provided with contracts, treatment and wages that equal those of local workers.
Suppliers must treat all workers with respect and dignity. No workers shall be subject to corporal punishment, physical, sexual, psychological or verbal harassment or abuse. In addition, Suppliers will not use monetary fines as a disciplinary practice.
Suppliers must ensure that no person shall be subject to any discrimination in any aspect of their employment relationship, including: recruitment, hiring, training, working conditions, job assignments, pay, benefits, promotions, discipline, termination, or retirement, on the basis of: (but not limited to) gender, race, ethnicity, social origin, religion, age, national origin, political opinion, family responsibilities, parental status, marital status, pregnancy, disability, sexual orientation, identity and physical appearance. Discrimination in employment is strictly prohibited.
Suppliers must recognise and respect the right of employees to exercise lawful rights of free association, including joining or not joining any association. All Suppliers must develop and implement effective, respectful and transparent communications between employees to resolve any internal employee grievance and disputes.
We expect our suppliers to compensate their workers and pay wages which equal or exceed the minimum wage required by local law and providing legally mandated benefits. Every worker has a right to compensation for a regular work week that is sufficient to meet the worker’s and their family’s basic needs and provide some discretionary income.
In addition, Suppliers must compensate employees for overtime hours at such a premium rate as is legally required in the country of manufacture. In those countries where such laws do not exist, the overtime hours must be compensated at a rate exceeding the regular hourly compensation rate by at least 125%.
Suppliers must ensure that their workers are not required to work more than the limits on regular and overtime hours allowed by the laws and regulations in the country in which they manufacture. In extraordinary business circumstances, workers shall not be required to work more than 60 hours per week (including overtime). Except in extraordinary business circumstances, all workers shall be entitled to at least one day off in every seven day period. All overtime work shall be consensual and employers shall not request overtime hours on a regular basis.
Suppliers must provide their workers with a clean, safe and healthy work environment, designed to prevent accidents and injury to health arising out of or occurring during the course of work. Suppliers are required to comply with all applicable, legally mandated standards for workplace health and safety in the countries in which they operate.
Suppliers will ensure women workers receive equal treatment in all aspects of employment. Pregnancy tests will not be a condition of employment, and pregnancy testing, to the extent provided, will be voluntary and the option of the worker. In addition, workers will not be forced to use contraception.
GlamCorner is proactive in measuring and reducing our environmental footprint, with the aim of procuring products and services that have the least possible negative environmental impact. We expect that our Suppliers will:
Suppliers must respect animal welfare and work progressively towards adopting healthy and humane practices towards animals based on best available practices, technology and standards.
GlamCorner and our Suppliers are jointly responsible for ensuring social and environmental responsibility and the integrity of our product content claims. Transparency and traceability are key to achieving this at all levels of our supply chain. GlamCorner requires suppliers to understand and monitor their impact at all levels of their supply chain. When requested, Suppliers are expected to be transparent with information requested relating to the products and services they provide to GlamCorner.
Suppliers shall respect intellectual property rights of GlamCorner and other third parties. Any transfer of technology and knowhow must be handled in a manner that protects intellectual property rights. Suppliers must conduct their business in full compliance with anti-trust and fair competition laws, and disclose information regarding business activities, structure, financial situation and performance in accordance with applicable laws.
Suppliers must comply with all applicable laws and regulations relating to sanctions, export, re-export, import and trade controls (including, laws and regimes enacted by Australia, the UN, the US and the EU).
Suppliers must apply adequate data privacy and security protection to protect the personal information of our customers and employees from authorised access, use and disclosure. Suppliers who collect, use, store or have access to our customers’ personal information must have adequate processes and procedures in place to monitor compliance with applicable privacy laws and contractual obligations to GlamCorner.
In using social media, whether in an official or personal capacity, suppliers must adhere to the following principles and must not:
Suppliers must exercise caution when using social media, keeping in mind that once content is uploaded onto a social media site it becomes public information freely available to everyone and potentially permanent.
GlamCorner Suppliers must not use sub-contractors for any products or services provided to GlamCorner without our written approval and only after the sub-contractor has agreed to comply with this Supplier Code of Conduct.
GlamCorner have a responsibility to shareholders to ensure its entire supply chain adheres to the principles outlined in this Supplier Code of Conduct. We are committed to also helping our Suppliers comply with the Code and in turn, expect our Suppliers to require their own suppliers to comply with the Code. We encourage our suppliers to:
GlamCorner reserve the right to carry out regular assessments of the practices of our suppliers to ensure alignment with this Code of Conduct. This may include self-assessment by Suppliers, or a request for additional information, or site visits. GlamCorner also reserve the right to audit our suppliers. We expect Suppliers to:
GlamCorner from time-to-time may revise or amend this Code of Conduct. In turn, Suppliers may be asked to read and confirm their understanding of this Code of Conduct.
We are interested in your feedback on our Supplier Code of Conduct and welcome you to contact us: email@example.com. If suppliers are violating any of these Code principles, we would like to know about it. Please bring these issues to our attention by contacting us at 02 5551 6146 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org