Unilever to implement living wage for its entire supply chain | HR Wire
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Unilever to implement living wage for its entire supply chain

The group also aims to spend £1.77bn annually with suppliers owned by people from underrepresented groups by 2025

Unilever has announced a set of commitments to improve inclusivity and living standards across its value chain, including ensuring that all workers directly providing goods and services to the company earn a living wage by 2030. The firm has also comitted both to spending £1.77bn annually with suppliers owned by people from underrepresented groups by 2025 and equipping ten million young people with skills needed for job opportunities by 2030. While Unilever has already set the wages of its own employees to at lease a living wage, it is now aiming to reduce the social inequality of its wider ... Subscribe to read full artical

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Unilever to implement living wage for its entire supply chain | HR Wire
Unilever to implement living wage for its entire supply chain | HR Wire
Employee Relations

Unilever to implement living wage for its entire supply chain

The group also aims to spend £1.77bn annually with suppliers owned by people from underrepresented groups by 2025

Unilever has announced a set of commitments to improve inclusivity and living standards across its value chain, including ensuring that all workers directly providing goods and services to the company earn a living wage by 2030. The firm has also comitted both to spending £1.77bn annually with suppliers owned by people from underrepresented groups by 2025 and equipping ten million young people with skills needed for job opportunities by 2030. While Unilever has already set the wages of its own employees to at lease a living wage, it is now aiming to reduce the social inequality of its wider ... Subscribe to read full artical

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