TenSquared combines SAI's expertise in labor standards and management systems with RRI's proven change acceleration methodology to drive immediate, practical improvements in the health and safety conditions of participating companies. TenSquared is based on the principles of Team, Goal and Process. Workers and managers are brought together to form joint teams that choose ambitious health and safety goals to pursue over the course of 100 days. To meet the goals the teams are empowered to improve their existing processes through a process of iterative "learning through doing".
November 25, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Social Accountability International (SAI) advances human rights at work, driven by diverse perspectives to navigate evolving labor issues. We design and implement innovative processes that empower and inspire stakeholders and facilitate partnerships.
SAI’s shared vision is of decent work everywhere—sustained by widespread understanding that decent work can benefit business while securing basic human rights.
Social Accountability International (SAI) advances human rights at work, driven by diverse perspectives to navigate evolving labor issues. We design and implement innovative processes that empower and inspire stakeholders and facilitate partnerships.
Social Accountability Accreditation Services (SAAS) (Social Accountability International's sister organization) provides assurance that workplaces worldwide are safe, decent places to work and that human and labor rights are protected in the workplace. We achieve this through the monitoring and oversight of certification bodies (CB) and other organizations that conduct social audits against the Social Accountability SA8000 Standard and the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) Code of Conduct. As the highest level of quality assurance and oversight for several widely used s
Badri Gulur, SAI's Technical Director, is a long time Lead Trainer and Senior Accreditation Auditor for SA8000. Mr. Gulur is compiling a Management Systems report that provides clarification and delineation of acceptable processes for auditors in the areas of Management Review, Policy and Access for Verification. The discussion below responds to some questions frequently raised by auditors while assessing workplace compliance to the SA8000 Management Systems' requirements, with practical answers to improve the quality of auditor performance.