一、禁止餽贈 No Gratuities
請點選【禁止饋贈政策No Gratuity Policy】參閱完整準則內容
Costco employees cannot accept gratuities from suppliers, members/customers, or service agencies with whom Costco presently does business, has done business with in the past, or any firm that may be considered for future business. Gratuities are interpreted to include gifts, moneys, trips, meals, lodging or special favors. Costco Policy also restricts giving of gratuities by Costco employees.
Please refer to the 【No Gratuity Policy】for details.
Costco Disclosure Regarding Human Trafficking and Anti-Slavery
Costco Wholesale Corporation之全球供應商行為準則（「行為準則」）嚴禁供應鏈中有任何侵害人權之情形。本「行為準則」涵蓋如人口販運、生理上之虐待、限制行動自由、扣留護照及其他文件、不安全之工作環境、未給足薪金、過度或強制加班、非法之童工以及許多其他關於勞工福利事項之處理原則。 一旦簽署好市多供應商合約，供應商即保證與其分包商共同遵守本「行為準則」。好市多得確認及接受內容等同於本「行為準則」之供應商準則。
Costco Wholesale Corporation has a global supplier Code of Conduct, which prohibits human rights abuses in our supply chain. Practices such as human trafficking, physical abuse, restricting freedom of movement, confiscation of passports and other documentation, unsafe work environments, failure to pay adequate wages, excessive or forced overtime, illegal child labor, and many other aspects of worker welfare are addressed by the Code. By signing Costco’s supplier agreement, the supplier warrants compliance with the Code, including by its sub-suppliers. We may acknowledge and accept a supplier's code as equivalent to our Code.
To evaluate compliance, we arrange for the audit of certain facilities of selected suppliers, with an emphasis on suppliers of private-label merchandise and suppliers whose product or country of origin poses an increased risk. Audits are performed by independent third-party auditors who specialize in social responsibility audits. While we retain the right to conduct unannounced audits, as a practical matter, some minimum notice is given to comply with security concerns and to allow the supplier to collect records that are reviewed during the audit. Sub-suppliers generally are outside the scope of the audit.
Unfortunately, violations of our Code still occur. When we discover a violation, we respond in a manner commensurate with the nature and extent of the violation. Certain violations may result in immediate remedial action, including termination of the business relationship. Depending on the circumstances, we may allow a supplier reasonable time to develop and implement a plan for remediation. In those instances we conduct follow-up audits to monitor progress.
In general, we prefer working with the supplier to correct Code violations rather than immediately terminating the relationship. Termination is unlikely to correct the underlying issue and may cause further hardship to workers and their families who depend upon the employment. However, if the supplier fails to make satisfactory progress toward improvement, we will cease our business relationship with that supplier.
Members of Costco's buying team who manage a supplier relationship will continue to be provided with in-person and online training. The training covers the Code of Conduct and its importance to our business and to the workers who produce the merchandise we sell. We encourage anyone who is aware of violations of the law or our Code to notify their management, our Code of Conduct Compliance team, or utilize Costco's whistleblower site: costco.ethicspoint.com
Revised August 2018