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The principles that Reebok promises to live by: � Nondiscrimination Reebok will seek business partners who do not discriminate in hiring and employment practices, and who make decisions about hiring, salary, benefits, advancement, discipline, termination and retirement solely on the basis of a person’s ability to do the job. � Working Hours/Overtime Workers shall not work more than 60 hours per week, including overtime, except in extraordinary business circumstances. In countries where the maximum workweek is less, that standard shall apply. Workers shall be entitled to at least one day off in every seven-day period. � Forced or Compulsory Labor Reebok will not work with business partners who use forced or other compulsory labor, including labor that is required as a means of political coercion or as punishment for holding or for peacefully expressing political views, in the manufacture of its products. Reebok will not purchase materials that were produced by forced prison or other compulsory labor and will terminate business relationships with any sources found to utilize such labor. � Fair Wages Reebok will seek business partners who share our commitment to the betterment of wage and benefit levels that address the basic needs of workers and their families so far as possible and appropriate in the light of national practices and conditions. Reebok will not select business partners that pay less than the minimum wage required by local law or that pay less than prevailing local industry practices (whichever is higher). � Child Labor Reebok will not work with business partners that use child labor. The term “child” generally refers to a person who is younger than 15 (or 14 where the law of the country of manufacture allows) or younger than the age for completing compulsory education in the country of manufacture where such age is higher than 15. � Freedom of Association Reebok will seek business partners that share its commitment to the right of employees to establish and join organizations of their own choosing. Reebok recognizes and respects the right of all employees to organize and bargain collectively. � Safe and Healthy Work Environment Reebok will seek business partners that strive to assure employees a safe and healthy workplace and that do not expose workers to hazardous conditions. � Nonretaliation Policy Every factory producing Reebok products will publicize and enforce a nonretaliation policy that permits factory workers to speak with Reebok staff without fear of retaliation by factory management.

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