Human Rights

Human rights at Coles

At Coles, we are committed to respecting human rights across everything we do. People are central to our business, and we impact the daily lives of many including our team members, customers, suppliers, workers in our supply chains and the communities in which we live and work.

Our Modern Slavery Statement provides a comprehensive overview of our Commitment to Human Rights. Our latest statement was prepared in accordance with the Australian Modern Slavery Act 2018.  It is available to view here as a PDF.Opens in new window Modern Slavery Statement, View PDF, file size 1.7MB, Opens in new window

Our approach to managing human rights continues to evolve. In March 2020, the Coles Group Board endorsed an updated Human Rights StrategyOpens in new window , that also encompasses our approach to ethical sourcing.

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Contact us

If you have any questions, feedback or require more information please contact Coles’ ethical sourcing team by emailing ethicalsourcing@coles.com.au .

Coles Ethical Sourcing Resources

For copies of our Ethical Sourcing Policy and related materials, please refer to the links below:

Helpful Links for Workers in our Australian Supply Chain

We encourage workers in our supply chain to understand their rights. For workers in our Australian supply chain, the Fair Work Ombudsman has useful information available in multiple languages available here.

Horticulture workers  can access information here.

A copy of the Coles Wages and Conditions Hotline poster can be accessed here.