Retailer Coles will work with industry stakeholders to bring change for workers. ©  AFP/Getty Images
Retailer Coles will work with industry stakeholders to bring change for workers. © AFP/Getty Images

Coles creates ethical supply chain accord with unions

4 November 2019

Supermarket Coles has created an Ethical Retail Supply Chain Accord through partnering with trade union groups to improve employment practices and workers’ lives in the horticulture sector. 

The accord has been signed by the Transport Workers Union (TWU), Australian Workers Union (AWU) and Distributive and Allied Employees Association (SDA) with the aim to ensure “a safe, sustainable, ethical and fair retail supply chain”.

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