Our Vision is a World Where People Work Under Safe, Fair, and Legal Conditions.

Verité® provides the knowledge and tools to eliminate the most serious labor and human rights abuses in global supply chains.  Learn more >


CUMULUS Forced Labor Screen™

Member-companies access a technology-driven platform that maps labor supply chains and proactively screens for forced labor risk. Learn more



We conduct comprehensive audits to provide insight into working conditions in global supply chains. Learn more


We undertake research on key issues in responsible sourcing, providing an objective view of labor conditions. Learn more


We design and deliver training programs that improve social responsibility programs, build auditor skills, and empower workers. Learn More


We guide companies in strengthening supply chain management systems to proactively control risks. Learn more

Across sectors, industries, and countries, we develop tools, implement programs, and conduct research to take aim at serious labor issues.

Sector Expertise:  Agriculture | Apparel | Construction | Electronics | Extractives | Financial Services | Food & Beverage | Footwear | Hard Goods | Healthcare | Hospitality | Pharmaceuticals | Toys

Focus Issues: Forced Labor | Human Trafficking | Child Labor | Gender Discrimination | Unethical Recruitment | Transparency and Due Diligence

We have a history of work in over 70 countries with a global network of experts in Africa, Asia, Europe, South America, North America, and Australia.

The Latest at Verité

Register Now: Webinar on Building Management and Worker Capacities to Advance Worker Participation

Register Now: Webinar on Building Management and Worker Capacities to Advance Worker Participation

Worker participation is often overlooked as a strategy for building a competitive, sustainable business that can keep up with rapidly evolving social and legal standards in global supply chains. Even in countries where workers’ rights to freedom of association (FOA) are extremely limited due to national laws or the lack of government enforcement, corporations can still ensure workers in their supply chain have access to effective grievance mechanisms and systems that ensure workers have a say in workplace matters.

Verité Welcomes New Board Members!

Verité Welcomes New Board Members!

We’re thrilled to announce the addition of Elizabeth Akanbombire and Minal Patel Davis to Verité’s board. Their profound expertise and experience in collaborating with key stakeholders to pioneer innovative solutions for issues such as forced labor, child labor, human trafficking, gender-based violence, and good governance will play a vital role in steering Verité toward deeper impact.