THINK COSMOPOLITAN SUPPLIER/CONTRACTOR POLICY
Last Updated at 2018-10-06 01:40:36 PDT
Think Cosmopolitan adheres to the same zero-tolerance policy regarding human trafficking as the U.S. Government. The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (SB 657) requires retailers and manufacturers doing business in California, like Think Cosmopolitan, to disclose on their websites the efforts they take to eradicate slavery and human trafficking from their direct supply chains. SB 657 requires disclosures regarding verification, auditing, certification, internal accountability and training.
Think Cosmopolitan believes that the nature of the business in which Think Cosmopolitan engages and the regulatory environment in which we operate both mitigate the risk of human trafficking and slavery within our direct supplier base. In keeping with our commitment to ethics and integrity, Think Cosmopolitan also maintains supply chain programs, practices and procedures with the goal of ensuring that our suppliers meet our strong ethical standards and comply with applicable laws and regulations, which include those governing human trafficking and forced labor.
Think Cosmopolitan generally reserves the right to audit its suppliers. Think Cosmopolitan has not engaged third parties to conduct audits, which are typically announced prior to being conducted.
Think Cosmopolitan’s standard terms and conditions require compliance with all applicable laws, including laws against slavery or human trafficking.
Think Cosmopolitan requires all employees and contractors to comply with Think Cosmopolitan’s policy against trafficking in persons.
Think Cosmopolitan provides managers and employees who have direct responsibility for supply chain management with information regarding Think Cosmopolitan’s policies against slavery and human trafficking.