Our Code of Conduct
We approach every step of our business with pillars of ethics and principals, and this includes our partners and suppliers. We ensure that all the people working with us are respected, valued, and safe.
Supplier Code of Conduct
We recognize that there are different legal and cultural environments for suppliers who operate globally, and we are committed to working with employers when agreed, to identify priorities for action and opportunities for improving workers’ needs and the well-being of communities.
Commit to better human conditions
- In line with 2030 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, Mosztyoga advocates for the responsibility of business enterprises to respect human rights which include the responsibility to avoid causing or contributing to adverse human rights impacts, to address such impacts when they occur, and to seek to prevent or mitigate adverse human rights impacts that are directly linked to their operations, products or services by their business relationships.
- This supplier Code of Conduct (“Code” or “COC”) is based on International Labour Organization core labor standards, UN Guiding Principles for business & human rights, and other international treaties.
- Suppliers are expected to comply with and will be monitored to: (1) all relevant and applicable national laws and regulations in the country where they do business (2) Norms and best practices and (3) Mosztyoga Code of Conduct
- No forced labor, modern slavery or human trafficking
- There shall be no use of forced, involuntary or compulsory labor, including bonded or prison labor or other forms of forced labor. No one shall be held in slavery or be the object of human trafficking. Suppliers are required to monitor any third-party entity recruiting or hiring employees, particularly migrant workers, to ensure that among others, there is no withholding of wages or identity documents, nor sexual exploitation. In addition to being a serious violation of fundamental human rights, forced labor, slavery, slave-related practices constitute a criminal offense, and/or a crime against humanity and liability can be traced throughout the supply chain.
- No person shall be employed under the age of 15 or the age for completion of compulsory education, whichever is higher. Juvenile workers (ages 15-17) shall not perform work likely to compromise their health, safety, or morals. no harassment, abuse, nor disciplinary practices
- Every employee shall be treated with respect and dignity. No employee shall be subject to any physical, sexual, psychological or verbal harassment, abuse or threats, to monetary fines, or embarrassing acts as a disciplinary measure or any kind of corporal punishment. no discrimination
- No person shall be the object of any discrimination in employment, including recruitment, wage, training, promotion, working conditions, compensations, benefits, discipline, termination or retirement based on gender, marital status, pregnancy, race, age, color, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, political affiliation, union membership, nationality, social or ethnic origin or any other type of discrimination. respect freedom of association & right to collective bargaining
- The right of all workers to form and join trade unions or worker organizations of their choice and bargain collectively shall be recognized without harassment, interference or retaliation. provide living wage & equal pay
- Wages and benefits paid for a standard working week shall be paid on time, meet at least legal or industry minimum standards, be sufficient to meet the basic needs of workers and their families, and provide some discretionary income. Where compensation does not meet these requirements, the supplier shall take appropriate actions that seek to progressively realize a level of compensation that does. Employers shall respect equal pay between women and men for work of equal value and equal employment opportunities to women.
- Working hours shall be defined by contract and shall not exceed 48 hours per week. Employers shall allow workers at least 24 consecutive hours of rest in every seven days. Overtime shall be voluntary, not exceed 12 hours per week, not be demanded regularly, and always be compensated at a premium rate. Other than in exceptional circumstances, the sum of regular and overtime hours in a week shall not exceed 60 hours.
- In respect of cultural differences and local customs, while gift-giving is acceptable to show appreciation and gratitude with no expectation of return, a gift or a favor bestowed to influence the recipient’s conduct or gain benefit will be considered as a bribe and an act of corruption. Corruption is illegal and falls under United Nations anticorruption regimes when applicable.
- A safe and hygienic working environment shall be provided, and the best occupational health and safety practice shall be promoted. Effective regulations shall be implemented to detect and prevent accidents, minimize health risks, and provide security as much as possible including providing dormitory facilities if applicable. protect the environment 14. Environmental damages directly threaten the right to life, to health, to water, and to develop among others. Suppliers shall comply with environmental laws and adopt credible, proactive measures to mitigate negative impacts on the environment.
If you believe your rights have been violated, please bring these issues to our attention by contacting us via email at email@example.com. Please feel free to write in your local language. All communications and any personal information provided are confidential.