Single Market, creating more opportunities for people and business. We set a high standard for fair work. The Apple Supplier Code of Conduct details protections for our suppliers’ employees, social 2014 PDF proper living conditions, fair working hours, and workplace safety.
Les relations individuelles de travail : contrats de travail, durée du travail, congés, salaires, formation…
Les relations collectives de travail : institutions représentatives, conflits collectifs…
La protection sociale : maladie, maternité, accident du travail et maladie professionnelle, retraite, assurance chômage, régime de solidarité
Toutes les règles du droit du Travail et de la Protection sociale présentées sont à jour au 1er janvier 2014
Our goal is to bring health awareness programming to 1 million people at Apple suppliers around the world by 2020, and for them to extend health awareness to others through their community interactions. I feel happier and healthier since I began participating in the program. I’ve been able to share my learnings with friends and family, which gives me a sense of pride and accomplishment. The opportunities of tomorrow start with training today. Together with our partners, we’re doing more than providing the people in our supply chain a fair workplace.
Since 2008, Apple has created education programs dedicated to advancing the careers of our suppliers’ employees. Digging deep to ensure that materials are responsibly sourced. The Enough Project ranked Apple number one worldwide across all sectors in recognition of our efforts to develop conflict-free mineral supply chains in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Mapping materials from final assembly back to the source. Few companies map the path of materials in their products as far back as the smelter.
Apple maps many materials, including conflict minerals, back to the smelter and goes even further with others — tracking some, like cobalt, all the way back to the source. A Notice of Probation is sent to the violating supplier with terms of reimbursement and a nonretaliation clause to protect employees. The notice requires suppliers to repay employees who paid unwarranted fees within 30 days or face losing Apple’s business. Each affected employee’s reimbursement is approved by Apple and paid by the supplier. 30 million has been distributed to remedy violations. An independent auditor confirms that each individual received repayment.