Veredas works with an updated definition of compliance, seeking to observe human rights standards and principles in the practices of companies, institutions, public bodies, and civil society organizations. In addition to legal compliance in general, these issues are related to business sustainability, including topics typical of labor relations – such as those arising from discrimination based on gender, race, sexuality, religion, identity, and disability, among others. Our approach is guided by the national legal framework and the parameters of international law, as well as by contemporary ethical principles that demand a positive impact from institutional action and require a safe, harassment-free, dignified, and fair working environment.
We evaluate demands, support crisis resolution processes, and create medium and long-term strategies based on institutional analysis, risk assessment, and solution proposals.
- Reception and investigation of cases of sexual harassment, moral harassment, and discrimination
- Conflict Resolution and Restorative Mediation
- Technical support for ombudsperson offices and listening and reporting channels
- Establishment of permanent capabilities to address conflicts
- Risk assessment and management of gender and human rights issues
- Due diligence on gender and human rights issues