As a socially responsible employer, Top Glove is compliant with requirements of local labour laws and ensures adequate measures are in place to protect the safety and well-being of its people. We are committed to adhering to internationally recognised standards in our social compliance practices, which are the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) and Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit (SMETA) standards.
Since January 2019, we have attended to more than 100 international external audits at Top Glove’s factories. We will continue to level up our initiatives in this area to be in line with best practices. More detailed information on our stand can be found on Top Glove’s Human Rights and Ethical Conduct in which it is reviewed from time to time on its effectiveness.
Due diligence on all our recruitment agents to ensure ethical manners during recruitment process.
Engagement of independent 3rd party auditor to audit our social compliance.
The Whistleblowing Policy enable employees and any stakeholders to report misconduct/ wrongdoings to independent external service provider as Whistleblowing case receiver.
Various grievance channels are made accessible including independent grievance helplines in various native languages enable employees to raise grievance confidentially.
Raise awareness by conducting training to our staff on human rights and social compliance.
Town hall sessions with suppliers to emphasize social compliance’s expectation, followed by audit.
SSC to implement, monitor and review effectiveness of various measures on social compliance.
Merit & demerit system for social compliance, applicable to the management.
Management incentive/ executive compensation linked to social compliance performance
The Committee consists of all the Head of Factories, Joint Manufacturing Committee, Social Compliance team and Hostel Management team manage workers’ accommodation