HUMAN RIGHTS

Advancing a more diverse, equitable and inclusive tech industry

Our goals and progress

Goal

Develop skills and improve wellbeing of 500,000 factory workers by 2025, since the beginning of 2015.

 

 

 

Assure respect for labor-related human rights5 for 100% of our key contracted manufacturing suppliers and higher risk next-tier suppliers by 2030.

Progress

312,00 supplier factory workers have participated in

programs since the beginning of 2015,2   62% of the way to our goal.

 

 

Will be reported in 2021 Sustainable Impact Report.

Goal

Double factory participation1  in our supply chain sustainability programs by 2025, compared to 2015.

 

Reach 1M workers through worker empowerment programs by 2030.

 

Progress

 13% increase, compared to 2015.

 

 

Will be reported in 2021 Sustainable Impact Report.

Goal

Maintain greater than 99% completion rate of

annual Integrity at HP training among active

HP employees and the Board of Directors.

Progress

99.1%3 of employees, including senior

executives, completed Integrity at HP training, as

well as all members of the Board of Directors.

Goal

Double our number of Black and African American executives by 2025

 

Double Black and African American technical representation by 2025


Achieve 90% (up from 84%) in inclusion index score for Black and African American employees in 2021

 

 Achieve 50/50 gender equality in HP leadership by 2030.4

 

Achieve greater than 30%  technical women and women in engineering by 2030. 

Progress

Will be reported in 2021 Sustainable Impact Report.

 

 

Will be reported in 2021 Sustainable Impact Report.

 

 

Will be reported in 2021 Sustainable Impact Report.

 

 

Will be reported in 2021 Sustainable Impact Report.

 

 

Will be reported in 2021 Sustainable Impact Report.

Diversity drives our innovation engine

Diverse teams create transformative solutions that better serve our customers and advance how the world works and lives.

HP commits to double our number of Black and African American executives by 2025.

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Enabling our partners and employees to drive lasting impact

HP Amplify Impact 

Our partners are empowered to help drive a more circular and low-carbon economy, cultivate a more diverse, inclusive and equitable supply chain, and improve the vitality and resilience of local communities.

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55,000-Person Sustainable Impact Team

Every employee is encouraged to set a sustainable impact goal as part of their FY21 goal setting process. 

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An ethical and sustainable supply chain

HP has on one of the IT industry’s largest supply chains. With our suppliers, we are driving positive impact for workers, communities, and the environment. Learn more in the 2020 HP Sustainable Impact Report.

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Where are HP’s products manufactured?

HP's products depend on thousands of production suppliers across six continents. We disclose the names and locations of the production suppliers that represent approximately 95% of our manufacturing spend.

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United States (164), Canada (4), Mexico (12)

Brazil 20, Costa Rica 1

Denmark 4, Ireland 7, Sverige 2, United Kingdom 11

Belgique 9, France 4, Deutschland 35, Nederland 6, Suisse 10

Česká republika 8, Polska 1, Romania 1

Türkiye 3, UAE 1, Israel 61

中国 213, Indonesia 2, 日本 41, Malaysia 19, Philippines 9, Singapore 54, 한국 14, 臺灣 地區 50, Thailand 6, Vietnam 4

United States (164), Canada (4), Mexico (12)

Brazil 20, Costa Rica 1

Denmark 4, Ireland 7, Sverige 2, United Kingdom 11

Belgique 9, France 4, Deutschland 35, Nederland 6, Suisse 10

Česká republika 8, Polska 1, Romania 1

Türkiye 3, UAE 1, Israel 61

中国 213, Indonesia 2, 日本 41, Malaysia 19, Philippines 9, Singapore 54, 한국 14, 臺灣 地區 50, Thailand 6, Vietnam 4

Responsible minerals sourcing

 Any connection between the materials used in HP products and armed violence or human rights abuses is unacceptable. 

HP'S CONFLICT MINERALS REPORT

HP'S COBALT REPORT

Eliminating conflict-related risks from our supply chain

  • Progress and performance

    In 2020, HP obtained acceptable responses to RMI Conflict Minerals Reporting Templates from suppliers representing 97% of our 3TG procurement spend.

  • Monitoring other regions and minerals

    We are expanding our conflict minerals efforts beyond the DRC and surrounding countries, supporting RMI initiatives, and engaging the supply chain to address updated expectations.

  • Multi-stakeholder initiatives

    Sourcing minerals responsibly requires globally coordinated efforts across sectors and industries. We collaborate widely to advance the use of responsibly sourced minerals. 

Labor

We insist that all workers receive fair treatment and have access to freely chosen employment and safe working conditions. Learn more in our 2020 Sustainable Impact Report.

Empowering and supporting workers

  • Eliminating forced labor

    HP forbids any forced, bonded, or indentured labor, involuntary prison labor, slavery, or trafficking of persons, and we work with suppliers and partners to address risk.

  • Promoting worker wellbeing

    As part of our supplier capability-building programs, we focus on worker wellbeing and women’s leadership skills. 

  • Protecting worker rights

    We are committed to human rights due diligence, worker voice and grievance mechanisms, and investigation and remedy of adverse impacts when these arise.

  • Health and safety

    We continue to engage with our suppliers around the world to strengthen knowledge and best practice in protecting the health, safety, and welfare of workers.

  • Process chemicals

    Suppliers are required to follow strict process chemical restrictions and must employ robust management systems. We also help them to switch to safer alternatives.

Human rights

HP champions respect for human rights in everything we do and we use our scale and influence to promote positive change.

SUSTAINABLE IMPACT REPORT

Policies and standards

Our policies reflect international standards and guide us in embedding human rights across our business and throughout our value chain.

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Proactive due diligence

We carry out human rights impact assessments and due diligence in our operations and supply chain to identify and address any salient risks.

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Collaborating to advance human rights

HP engages in public forums and multi-stakeholder partnerships to drive progress, such as the Leadership Group for Responsible Recruitment.

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Ethics and anti-corruption

We expect everyone at HP to meet the highest ethical standards and to treat others with integrity, respect, and fairness. 

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CONCERNS

Privacy and cybersecurity

HP recognizes the fundamental importance of privacy, security, and data protection to our employees, customers, and partners worldwide. 

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Government relations

HP advocates for public policies that enable our business to grow and our customers to access our latest innovative technologies.

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Featured resources

Supplier sustainability requirements

Suppliers doing business with HP must comply with our sustainability requirements, including the Supplier Code of Conduct.

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Supplier diversity registration

HP’s commitment to diversity extends to purchasing decisions and relationships with business partners and suppliers.

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Supply chain milestones

HP has a long history of leadership and achievements in our supply chain.

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HP Racial Equality and Social Justice Task Force

We're doing our part to end systemic racism and inequality by identifying and executing on the biggest opportunities we have as a company to drive societal change.

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STRATEGY

HP supply chain responsibility: Our approach

We have uncompromising expectations of ethical behavior by our suppliers, partners, and employees.

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STANDARDS

HP resources for recyclers

Our suite of policies and standards set out what we expect of suppliers who do business with us.

PARTNERS

HP electronics recycling vendors

HP publishes a recycling vendor list to promote transparency and specifies standards for hardware recycling, reuse, and disassembly.

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DISCLOSURES

HP Modern Slavery Transparency Statement

Combating modern slavery requires persistence, ongoing due diligence, and continuous improvement.

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frequently asked questions

Our awards speak for themselves.

Over 80 years of commitment to sustainability is just the beginning.

Disclaimers

  1. This data does not include participation in RBA audits. “Participation in our supply chain sustainability programs” is quantified by those programs that go beyond audits to build supplier capabilities to meet our standards. This includes deep dive assessment, weekly reporting of labor metrics, procurement engagement through our supplier Sustainability Scorecard, and in-depth coaching and workshops tailored to supplier risks.
  2. As of October 2020.
  3. Excludes new hires joining HP after April 1, 2020 (although all new hires are given 30 days to complete Integrity at HP New Hire training as part of their mandatory onboarding process).
  4. “Leadership” is defined as director level and up at HP. We expect that gender identity will remain a key topic in many parts of the world. In the future, HP may take in account of more data and those who identify as female will be counted towards the 50/50 gender equality goal.
  5. Labor-related human rights are defined as modern slavery, working hours, pay and safety. Assure based on key performance metrics based on evidence and analysis of published disclosures, mandated data submittals, certifications, audits, etc.