Publications
RBA Conference 2018
Compass Awards 18

Publications

  • Responsible Management of Student Workers
    Oct 07, 2014

    As more young people than ever enroll in vocational education programs in China, the EICC, the Labour Education and Service Network (LESN) and the Nanjing University Law School Labour Law Legal Mediation Programme have collaborated to produce this toolkit designed to support responsible management of student interns by electronics manufacturing facilities in mainland China.
    Read more »

  • Standardizing Methods for Performing Allocation of Supplier Carbon Data for IT Products
    Jun 04, 2014

    A new method to make product carbon footprint information more accurate for ICT products.
    Read more »

  • Sustainability in Real Life: Business Case for Supply Chain Sustainability
    May 28, 2014

    Sustainability in Real Life includes case studies and an implementation guide designed to help companies overcome barriers and improve their triple bottom line.
    Read more »

  • EICC Strategic Plan
    Dec 02, 2013

    The EICC engaged FSG to facilitate the development of a new strategic direction to guide the organization's work.
    Read more »

  • 2012 EICC Annual Report
    Sep 30, 2013

    The EICC's fifth annual report reflects on our progress on programs designed to help members improve social and environmental conditions in their own operations and those of their supply chains.
    Read more »

  • 2011 EICC Annual Report
    Sep 13, 2012

    The EICC's fourth annual report provides updates on: our auditing and assessment programs; capability building initiatives; a new working hours initiative; and programs focused on conflict minerals and environmental sustainability. Additionally, the report offers information on the 2011-2012 Code of Conduct Review process, provides information on the pilot year of our Membership Compliance Program, and discusses the governance of the organization, and includes an update on our organizational key performance indicators.
    Read more »