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A N H A N G Core indicators Additional indicators action relative to historical patterns of discrimination. LA11. Composition of senior management and corporate governance bodies (including the board of directors), including female/male ratio and other indicators of diversity as culturally appropriate. Social Performance Indicators: Human Rights Strategy and Management HR1. Description of policies, guidelines, corporate structure, and procedures to deal with all aspects of human rights relevant to including monitoring mechanisms and results. State how policies relate to existing international standards such as the Universal Declaration and the Fundamental Human Rights Conventions of the ILO. HR2. Evidence of consideration of human rights impacts as part of investment and procurement decisions, including selection of suppliers/contractors. HR3. Description of policies and procedures to evaluate and address human rights performance within the supply chain and contractors, including monitoring systems and results of monitoring. "Human rights performance" refers to the aspects of human rights identified as reporting aspects in the GRI performance indicators. HR8. Employment training on policies and practices concerning all aspects of human rights relevant to operations. Include type of training, number of employees trained, and average training duration. Non-discrimination HR4. Description of global policy and procedures/programmes preventing all forms of discrimination in operations, including monitoring systems and results of monitoring. Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining HR5. Description of freedom of association policy and extent to which this policy is universally applied independent of local taws, as well as description of procedures/programmes to address this issue. Child Labour HR6. Description of policy excluding child labour as defined by the ILO Convention 138 and extent to which this policy is visibly stated and applied, as well as description of procedures/ programmes to address this issue, including monitoring systems and results of monitoring. Forced and Compulsory Labour HR7. Description of policy to prevent forced and compulsory labour and extent to which this policy is visibly stated and applied as well as description of procedures/programmes to address this issue, including monitoring systems and results of monitoring. See ILO Convention No. 29, Article 2. Disciplinary Practices HR9. Description of appeal practices, including, but not limited to, human rights issues. Describe the representation B u n d e s a r b e i t s k a m m e r 103

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