Apple publishes 2022 Supplier Responsibility Progress Report
What you need to know
- Apple has published its 2022 Supplier Responsibility report.
- It covers a vast range of supply chain issues pertaining to Apple.
Apple has today published its 2022 Supplier Responsibility report.
The company (opens in new tab) published (opens in new tab) the new report Wednesday. An opening letter from Apple's Sabih Khan states:
The report covers Apple's standards in its supply chain, and specific issues namely:
- Labor and Human Rights
- Health, Safety, and Wellness
- Education and Professional Development
- Supplier Performance and Development
It comes as Apple also announced its new $50 million Supplier Employee Development Fund. From that report:
You can read Apple's full Supplier Responsibility report here (opens in new tab).
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