MEMBER MONITORING UPDATE MARCH 2022

ICoCA handles complaints and monitors its Member companies and Affiliates regarding their compliance with the Code through: remote tracking; mandatory reporting; in person site visits; and its civil society network.

An overview of the compliance concerns, complaints and company terminations is provided below.

Active compliance concerns at the end of March 2022
Personnel Misconduct Management & Governance Other
1 4 1
Compliance concerns since ICoCA is operational (Closed and Active)
Personnel Misconduct Management & Governance Other
3 9 3
Complaints received in 2022
Total Alleging Violation of the Code Against Member Companies
0 0 0
Complaints received since ICoCA is operational (Closed and Active)
Total Alleging Violation of the Code Against Member Companies
36 0 7
Terminations of Company Membership or Affiliate status in 2022
Total Non-Submission of Annual Company Self-Assessment Cooperation in bad faith
1 0 0

 

 

Issues and allegations forming the basis of complaints and non-compliance concerns to date include: labor disputes (breach of contract, non-payment of salaries); alleged violations of section F of the Code of Conduct; miscellaneous.

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