All business should be ethical and all trade should be fair. KYALLI acknowledges and respects the principles contained in the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights and UK Modern Slavery Act 2015. These are consistent with KYALLIs core values and commitment to be a force for good. KYALLI applies a zero tolerance policy on slavery, human trafficking and any form of forced labour in its supply chain and chosen third party agreements. KYALLI endeavours to conduct its business operations in a manner that seeks to promote and enhance human rights within its sphere of influence. This commitment is aligned with and supported by its Code of Business Conduct and Ethics; and the principles of the United Nations Global Compact.
Ethical Business Conduct
KYALLI believes that it is defined both by the results it achieves, and the way it achieves them. KYALLI is committed to maintaining a high standard of business ethics, integrity and honesty in full compliance with all applicable laws. The Company’s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics contains rules and guidelines and serves as a reminder of its policies and commitment to do what is right and ethical for KYALLI and all of its stakeholders. All KYALLI employees and contracted parties shall comply with the laws and agreements applicable to operations and positions in the countries and jurisdictions where they operate.
Protection of the Rights of Children
KYALLI supports every child’s right to a safe and secure childhood and is committed to the principle that all people have the right to grow up and develop without fear of exploitation or harm. KYALLI condemns all forms of exploitation of children. The Company does not recruit child labour, in accordance with the applicable International Labour Organization Conventions, and supports the elimination of exploitive child labour. KYALLI and its employees shall comply with all applicable laws and regulations regarding the prevention of the commercial sexual exploitation of children, including the prevention of the use of its premises for such exploitation.
Combating Human Trafficking
KYALLI is committed to combatting modern-day slavery through the adoption and promotion of business practices that seek to protect victims of human trafficking, and the development of proactive measures to educate employees and encourage its partners and the broader business community to take a stand against human trafficking. Reporting mechanisms have been adopted by KYALLI to tackle any discovered cases of human trafficking within or outside of its organisation.
Protection of the Rights of Employees
KYALLI seeks to maintain a culture that supports the well-being and inclusion of all employees and is committed to encouraging a positive working environment which meets and exceeds legal requirements. KYALLI recruits its employees without regard to race, gender, age, disability, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, nationality, caste, political affiliation, veteran status, religious beliefs, union organisation, minority group or any other characteristic protected by law. KYALLI supports the elimination of forced labour, prison labour, indentured labour or exploited bonded labour and the freedom of association and the right to choose a collective bargaining representative.
Ethical Considerations when buying
KYALLI employees a dedicated Buying team that works tirelessly to ensure that what we use the best ingredients. This involves finding solutions to problems, such as sourcing the finest essential oils and absolutes, the best natural raw materials, safe synthetics, 100% recycled packaging for our products. KYALLI has a very strong commitment to the communities and areas from where we buy our ingredients. We feel that our ingredients should be bought in a respectful way safeguarding the environment and the social impact. KYALLI supports Fair Trade and Community Trade initiatives. We find out what impact our buying has on the people and environment and we make responsible decisions regarding from where, from whom and how we purchase ingredients and packaging.
Ethical Considerations when buying
Workers rights - unions, collective bargaining, health and safety, freedom to leave, fair pay, working hours, discrimination, no child labour.
Environment - organic, sustainability, endangered species, production emissions onto land and water, use of resources to process ingredients, no Genetic Modification...?
Animal protection - No animal testing of ingredients.