Human Rights & Employment Practices
Agilent’s core values and culture reflect a commitment to ethical business practices and good corporate citizenship wherever we operate in the world. As a company, we acknowledge and respect the fundamental principles contained in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and our policies and practices reflect our commitment to promote human rights within the company’s sphere of influence.
We source components and assemblies for our products from suppliers in different countries around the world, each with its own laws and regulations. Agilent is committed to ensuring there is no modern-day slavery or human trafficking in our supply chains or in any part of our businesses.
- Suppliers shall comply with all applicable labor laws, rules, and regulations, including but not limited to, all laws forbidding the solicitation, facilitation, or any other use of slavery, child labor or human trafficking.
- Suppliers are expected to have a human rights policy, procedures or practices that align or exceed the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, International Labour Organization Convention, UK and Australia’s Modern Slavery Acts and California Supply Chain Transparency Act.
Additional Supplier Information