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Ethical code

Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI)

  1. The job will be freely chosen

    1. 1.1  There will be no forced or involuntary labor in the prison setting.

    2. 1.2 Workers will not have to leave in the custody of the employer

      "deposits" or their identity documentation and will be free to leave their employment with reasonable notice.

  2. Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining will be respected

    1. 2.1 Workers, without any distinction, will have the right to join or establish

      the unions of their choice, as well as to bargain collectively.

    2. 2.2  The employer will adopt a tolerant attitude towards the activities of trade unions, as well as their organizational activities.

    3. 2.3  Worker representatives will not be discriminated against and will be able to carry out their representative functions in the workplace.

    4. 2.4  In those cases in which the law restricts the right to freedom of association and collective bargaining, the employer will facilitate and not hinder the development of parallel means to associate and negotiate freely and independently.

  3. Working conditions will be safe and hygienic

3.1 A safe and hygienic work environment will be provided, taking into account the prevailing knowledge of the industry, as well as any specific hazards. The necessary measures will be taken to prevent accidents and health damages arising from, associated with, or occurring in the course of work, by reducing, to the extent reasonable, the causes of dangers inherent to the work environment. .

  1. 3.2  Workers will receive regular written training on safety and hygiene, which will be repeated for new or reassigned workers.

  2. 3.3  Access to clean toilets and drinking water and, if necessary, sanitary facilities for food storage will be provided.

  3. 3.4  Accommodation, where provided, will be clean and safe and meet the basic needs of workers.

  4. 3.5  The company that adheres to the code will assign responsibility for safety and hygiene to a representative of senior management.

  1. Child labor will not be used

    1. 4.1  Child labor will not be hired.

    2. 4.2 Companies will develop or participate in and contribute to policies that favor the transition period necessary so that any child who performs child labor work can attend school and continuously receive a quality education until he or she is no longer a child. to. The terms "child" and "child labor" are defined in the annexes.

    3. 4.3  Children and young people under 18 years of age shall not be employed for night work or work in dangerous conditions.

    4. 4.4  These policies and procedures will comply with the provisions of the corresponding ILO regulations.

  2. A living wage will be paid

    1. 5.1  Wages and benefits paid for a standard work week must comply, at a minimum, with national legal regulations or reference industry regulations, whichever sets the highest wages and benefits. In any case, salaries must always be sufficient to cover basic needs and have certain discretionary income.

    2. 5.2  All workers will be provided with written and understandable information about their working conditions in relation to wages before accepting employment and about the details of their wages during the pay period in question, each time they receive their wages.

    3. 5.3  Deductions from salary as a disciplinary measure will not be permitted nor will any deduction not provided for by national legislation be made without the express consent of the worker in question. All disciplinary measures must be recorded.

6. Work hours will not be excessive

  1. 6.1  Working hours must be adjusted to national legislation, collective agreements and the provisions of points 6.2 to 6.6 below, which offers greater protection to workers. Subsections 6.2 to 6.6 are based on international labor law.

  2. 6.2  Working hours, excluding overtime, will be contractually defined and will not exceed 48 hours per week.*

  1. 6.3. Overtime will be voluntary and will be carried out responsibly, taking into account the following aspects: the scope, frequency and hours worked by each worker individually and the workforce as a whole. They should not take the place of a regular job. Overtime will always be compensated with a bonus, which is recommended to be no less than 125% of the usual salary.

  2. 6.4. The total number of hours worked in any seven-day period will not exceed 60 hours, unless one of the situations indicated in point 6.5 occurs. following.

  3. 6.5. Working hours may exceed 60 hours in any seven-day period in exceptional circumstances when all of the following situations apply:

    • National legislation allows it;

    • When permitted by a collective agreement that has been negotiated

      freely with a union that represents a significant part of the


    • When appropriate measures are taken to safeguard the health and

      worker safety; and

    • When the employer can demonstrate that circumstances exist

      exceptional events such as unexpected production peaks, accidents or emergencies.

  4. 6.6. Workers will have at least one day off for each seven-day period or, where national legislation allows, two days off for each 14-day period.

* International legislation recommends the progressive reduction of normal working hours, where appropriate, to 40 hours per week, without any reduction in workers' wages as a result of the reduction in hours.

7. There will be no discrimination

7.1 There will be no discrimination when hiring, compensating, training, promoting, dismissing or retiring based on race, caste, national origin, religion, age, disability, sex, marital status, sexual orientation or union or political affiliation.

  1. Regular work will be provided

    1. 8.1  In all respects, work performed shall be based on recognized employment relationships established through national legislation and practice.

    2. 8.2 Obligations to employees under labor law and regulations or the social security system, arising from conventional employment relationships, will not be circumvented through the use of employment-only contracts, subcontracts or domestic work contracts, nor through internship programs in which there is no intention to provide the worker with skills or provide him with regular employment, nor will such obligations be avoided through the excessive use of limited duration contracts.

  2. Inhuman or harsh treatment will not be permitted

9.1 Physical abuse or punishment, the threat of physical abuse or sexual or other harassment, as well as verbal abuse or other forms of intimidation, are prohibited.