For any business, its workforce is its most valuable asset. A sound worker-management relationship is key to the success of any enterprise. PS2 asks that companies treat their workers fairly, provide safe and healthy working conditions, avoid the use of child or forced labour, and identify risks in their primary supply chain.

IFC Performance Standard 2 - International Finance Corporation (IFC), 2012 DOWNLOAD

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