Human Rights

Derechos Humanos

A major challenge for any corporation worldwide is that of verifying and enforcing Human Rights, not only within the organization, but also throughout its supply chain. This has become particularly true when supply chains spread across borders and nations.

At FUNO, we are convinced that respect to Human Rights, diversity and engaging our supply chain brings about many benefits for our businesses and for Mexico. Hence, we respect, comply and promote the International Bill of Human Rights; additionally we became signatories of the United Nations Global Compact in 2016 and we are committed to annually report our progress on:

  • Rejecting all kinds of discrimination.

  • Promoting equality for women and men.

  • Recognizing children’s rights and avoiding child labor.

  • Recognize the right to health care and we have successfully granted it for 100% of our employees: either through public services or private insurance.

  • Recognize the right to favorable and just working conditions; and we constantly strive to provide it for our employees.

  • Reject slavery, forced labor and human trafficking.

  • Recognize the right to collective bargaining.

  • Committed to maintain high levels of confidentiality with the information we gather, use, keep and reveal to and from our stakeholders.

  • Right to a safe work environment.

  • Right to family life.

  • Right to rest and leisure.

  • Right to fair remuneration.

  • Freedom of association.

  • Right to political participation.

  • Freedom of thought, conscience and religion.

  • Rights of indigenous people.