Diversity and Inclusion

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  • No inappropriate websites at work (phone version) - screensaver

    No inappropriate websites at work (phone version) - screensaver

    Everyone “knows” they’re not supposed to look at dirty pictures at work—it’s just that they think they can get away with it and it doesn’t impact anyone else. This screensaver encourages bystanders (or, here, you know,...

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  • No inappropriate websites at work (phone version) - poster

    No inappropriate websites at work (phone version) - poster

    Everyone “knows” they’re not supposed to look at dirty pictures at work—it’s just that they think they can get away with it and it doesn’t impact anyone else. This poster encourages bystanders (or, here, you know,...

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  • You have high standards—labor standards, that is. And you want your suppliers to share these values too. 
This infographic makes it clear that—when it comes to treating employees with dignity and respect—no one better be lurking in the murky grey area. But if they do venture into the no-swim zone, your contact info is readily available to catch issues early.
Then, keep the message flowing with these topical posters for a full Labor Standards campaign.

    Our labor standards

    You have high standards—labor standards, that is. And you want your suppliers to share these values too.  This infographic makes it clear that—when it comes to treating employees with dignity and respect—no one better be lurking...

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