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AAFA Industry Chat zum Thema Beschaffung in Vietnam

Nate Herman, Senior Vice President of Policy der American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA), traf sich mit unserem Präsidenten und CEO Avedis Seferian, um über die Beschaffung in Vietnam und einen Rückblick auf die Social Responsibility Workshops der AAFA zu sprechen, die kürzlich in Kambodscha und Indien stattfanden.

Aufstieg und Fall der Prüfungsmüdigkeit

Wenn Social-Compliance-Audits ordnungsgemäß durchgeführt werden, erfüllen sie einen wichtigen Zweck. Aber wenn eine Fabrik in kurzer Zeit mehreren, sich wiederholenden Bewertungen unterzogen wird, kann dies mehr schaden als nützen. Erfahren Sie mehr über die globalen Auswirkungen der Prüfungsmüdigkeit in diesem Kommentar von Avedis Seferian, Präsident und CEO von WRAP.

Audit Fatigue: New Approaches to a Chronic Problem

In a recent webinar hosted by our friends at the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA), WRAP’s President and CEO discussed the history of audit fatigue in manufacturing facilities and best practices for devising practical solutions. The full recording of this session is available here.

How many social audits are enough?

The chronic – and growing – problem of audit fatigue and what to do about it. WRAP surveyed hundreds of manufacturers around the world about social compliance audits conducted in their facilities each year. The goal of this survey was to gauge the level of disruption they experience and the resources required in order to […]

RBA 2023 Annual Conference Session: The Transformation of Audits — Are audits going away or just changing shape?

Supply chain social and environmental audits have evolved over time to improve their quality, stakeholder engagement, and overall impact. While site-level audits alone are not sufficient or always suitable for companies to identify and address all risks, they are still an important component of corporate supply chain due diligence systems, which enables companies to get […]

WRAP sponsors CAF webinar on forced and child labor regulations in Canada

The Government of Canada is increasingly targeting forced labor and child labor in supply chains. An upcoming webinar hosted by our friends at the Canadian Apparel Federation (CAF) will help businesses across the country understand the ever-growing web of legislation and governmental measures and prepare for their May 2024 reporting obligations. Our President and CEO […]