Disclosure of Five Guys Enterprises LLC and Its Subsidiaries
Pursuant to California's Transparency in Supply Chains Act 2010
Five Guys Enterprises LLC and its subsidiaries believe in the importance of international labor and human rights standards and we are committed to lawful, ethical and fair business practices.
We enforce the policies below to ensure the fair treatment of workers throughout our supply chain:
- We do not knowingly employ slaves or trafficked persons. We comply with all local, state, federal and international law with respect to labor laws, human rights, slavery, and human trafficking.
- Through our purchasing agreements, we require all suppliers to comply with applicable laws within the country of business. We assess each of our suppliers to ensure that their policies align with our commitment to lawful, ethical and fair business practices. We do not seek verification or conduct audits related specifically to evaluate human trafficking and slavery law compliance of our vendors at this time.
- All Five Guys employees and contractors are required to comply with all applicable laws within the country of business, including laws on human trafficking and slavery, and may be terminated for any violation of law. If Five Guys becomes aware that a supplier has violated any such law, we reserve the right to terminate any such supplier agreement.
- We are committed to further developing our accountability standards and procedures specifically to address our contractor's compliance with the Transparency in Supply Chain Act, as well as an action plan to ensure our company employees and management, who have direct responsibility for supply chain management, receive training on human trafficking and slavery.