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Case study: How Halcyon Agri protects employees’ rights and dignity

As a leading natural rubber supply chain manager operating in 54 countries, responding to rising global mobility demands through the origination, production and distribution of natural rubber, Halcyon Agri strives to make sure its employees are treated with dignity and respect, in a work environment free from harassment and illegal discrimination.


As one of the world’s largest natural rubber supply chain managers with a global distribution network, Halcyon Agri is committed to respecting the human rights of its more than 13,000 employees. In order to protect employees’ rights and dignity Halcyon Agri took action to:

• comply with human rights standards and principles

• make sure employees are treated with dignity and respect

• guarantee fair wages

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Entreprise et management
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