Principle 6

Analyze Engagement & Impact

Ensure integrity of data collected

Measure credibility of results

  • Establish metrics that enable robust evaluation
  • Leverage statistical methods for quantitative analysis
  • Standardize metrics to enable data comparison and expanded use of data

Evaluate impacts for workers to inform possible follow-up actions

  • Determine if needs of workers are being met, including possible unintended
    consequences and implications
  • Consider qualitative, contextual information collected from non-technology sources
  • Compare with available external data sources

Resources

Endorse the WEST Principles

With the launch of the WEST Principles, we are excited to invite you to review and endorse the eight principles.

A Community of Practice

Sign up and join the conversations that will shape how the Principles are operationalized. Through webinars, case studies, and knowledge sharing we can build a community of practice.

Tackling Forced Labor & Human Trafficking

June 26 – 27, Innovation Forum will be hosting a conference designed for companies to understand how to identify and mitigate risks of forced labor.

An Agreed-Upon Approach

By establishing an agreed upon approach, the WEST Principles aim to maximize the impact of technology-driven efforts to engage workers in global supply chains and ensure they can work with dignity and free from abuse. Initiated by a group of technology providers, the Principles seek to engage stakeholders at all levels of the global supply chain, including workers, worker organizations, the private sector, and governments, to collectively develop a roadmap to operationalize their use.