[Webinar]Lowering Costs & Reducing Fatigue in Social Audits
With increasing demands on brands and retailers to improve social and labor conditions in their supply chains, it is important that companies can identify opportunities for improvement and track progress — and the Social Labor & Convergence Program (SLCP) helps them do just that.
Sarah Carpenter, Assent’s Business and Human Rights Manager, speaks with Janet Mensink, the SLCP’s Program Director; Mary Bean, Columbia Sportswear’s Corporate Social Responsibility Manager; and Karim Shafei, the International Textile Manufacturers Federation’s Industry Advisor about the SLCP’s converged assessment framework, and how it enables brands to meaningfully improve social and labor conditions in their supply chains.
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11AM ET | 8AM PT | 3PM GMT
Wednesday, May 15th, 2019
Approximately 60 minutes
- An overview of the SLCP
- How the SLCP lowers audits costs, and addresses audit fatigue and other industry challenges
- Why brands, manufacturers and retailers should join the SLCP
- The role of accredited hosts
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the experts about a framework you can use to improve social and labor conditions in your supply chain!