Key PointsDescribe evolution from auditing to capacity bldg. to responsible sourcing practices.Mention Beyond Monitoring model and go to next slide. Then, cite 3 examples: (1) FACT: Factory was supposed to have 22 weeks for production of apparel and POs were late, resulting in 19 weeks. RESULT: The factory has excessive OT and unauthorized subcontracting.(2) FACT: A factory said they could meet production deadlines with 30 days lead time as compared with 60 quoted by other factories. RESULT: Turned out they used forced labor. (3) FACT: Retailer of home goods received price quote in July/August giving the supplier 3-4 months to produce and ship the product for Christmas. However buyer didn’t finalize for another two months and the PO was received in October. RESULT: excessive OT and abuse of temporary labor.Brief mention of Disney’s new human rights policy and its implications for integrating ILS and BU efforts. Relationship to Guiding Principles onBusiness and Human Rights.Importance of human rights in the workplace.Indirect and direct impacts of business on human rights (noncompliance to code of conduct).Leverage times importance of supplier. Reference John Lund’s remarks.Many supply chains have common features but all are sufficiently different to require a deep understanding through research. Common findings is that employees are focused on “doing their jobs” but are unaware of the impacts of their work on workers down the chain.