Social compliance audits are carried out under the name of social responsibility audit or social compliance audit in order to determine and improve the working conditions of manufacturers in the supply chains of big brands.
The globalizing world and rising consumer awareness are based on the determination and evaluation of large companies’ suppliers.
The International Labor Organization is based on the principle of scoring the degree of conformity with the laws and rules specified in the laws, regulations, regulations published in the official gazette by local and national units. Local legal requirements are audits that are evaluated and reported in line with customer expectations.
Supplier Social Compliance Assessment (Social compliance audit) Score;
It is evaluated by scoring within the framework of Occupational Health and Safety / Environment, Management System, Management Practices, Human Rights, Working Hours, Wages and Payments.