Publicly report your company’s efforts to protect human and labor rights
Share efforts and progress
Establish baselines and set measurable goals with clear implementation timelines. See Commit for more information.
Report annually on progress, including seafood-specific examples. Share commitments, pre-competitive actions, challenges, and measurable progress through annual reports, blogs, and other media.
Participate in conferences, convenings, and interviews to share information about company efforts and raise awareness for global human rights issues and (e.g., human rights abuses experienced by migrant workers, dangers of at-sea work, silencing of workers’ experiences).
Elements of successful communication:
Includes real-life examples or case studies.
Benefits of successful communication:
Shares accomplishments with a wide range of stakeholders.
Positions your company as a changemaker, with associated benefits.
In aggregate or anonymized, publicly report instances in which the company investigated and remediated or supported remediation of human rights and labor issues, including workplace grievances and recruitment fees.
Reporting can occur through annual reports, on the company website, or through other public databases.
Report instances of successful and unsuccessful corrective action plans
Use reporting to communicate due diligence efforts
Publicly report, in aggregate or anonymized, instances in which the company needed to implement corrective action plans (CAP) related to labor and human rights issues for its vessels and facilities or through those of its suppliers.
For CAPs with suppliers: publicly report cases, in aggregate or anonymized, in which sourcing relationships ceased due to a supplier’s inability or unwillingness to implement corrective action plans.
Reporting may occur through annual reports, on the company website, or other public databases.