California Transparency in Supply Chains Act Disclosure Statement

California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010

Tuesday Morning is committed to responsible corporate citizenship and compliance impacting its supply chain, including the eradication of human trafficking and slavery. As reflected in our Vendor & Supplier Code of Conduct, we expect suppliers providing goods to Tuesday Morning to adopt sound human rights practices, to treat workers fairly, with dignity and respect, and in all cases to eliminate human trafficking and slavery in their workplace. With regard to our top 10 direct suppliers of our tangible goods for sale ("Suppliers"), Tuesday Morning is in the process of considering further measures to eliminate the risks of human trafficking and slavery. The top 10 Suppliers are determined by their volume of annual sales to Tuesday Morning.

  • Verification: Tuesday Morning is currently evaluating a verification process for its Suppliers to, among other things, evaluate, address and certify that they comply with all applicable laws, including:
    • Laws prohibiting human trafficking and slavery including forced, bonded, indentured, involuntary, convict or compulsory labor;
    • Laws prohibiting illegal child labor, including compliance with all minimum age requirements as determined by applicable local laws and regulation;
    • Laws and regulations governing labor and employment, including wages, work hours, days of service, rest periods, overtime, discrimination and freedom of association; and
    • Applicable occupational safety laws and regulations.
    Tuesday Morning's Vendor & Supplier Code of Conduct reserves the right of Tuesday Morning to engage in its own verification process of its Suppliers’ representations that Supplier is in compliance with the Vendor & Supplier Code of Conduct and any other applicable policies, or to engage a third party to conduct such verifications.
  • Audit: Suppliers are subject to audit by Tuesday Morning or a third party to evaluate current and potential suppliers' compliance with Tuesday Morning's Vendor & Supplier Code of Conduct, including laws regarding human trafficking and slavery and illegal child labor, laws and regulations governing labor and employment, and occupational safety laws and regulations. Tuesday Morning expressly reserves the right to conduct onsite audits on an announced or unannounced basis of its prospective and existing suppliers to evaluate the supplier's compliance, either through Tuesday Morning’s own personnel or through a third party independent auditor.
  • Certification: Tuesday Morning is evaluating a process for its Suppliers to certify that materials incorporated into Tuesday Morning's products comply with the laws regarding slavery and human trafficking of the country or countries in which they are doing business.
  • Internal Accountability: Tuesday Morning is in the process of establishing internal accountability standards and procedures, including disciplinary action, where appropriate, for its employees and contractors with procurement responsibilities who fail to meet Tuesday Morning's procurement standards regarding identification and elimination of slavery and trafficking in its supply chain. In addition, Tuesday Morning has adopted a Vendor & Supplier Code of Conduct, which requires suppliers to create and maintain a system by which its employees may report violations of the Vendor & Supplier Code of Conduct, requires its posting in native language and prohibits retaliation for reporting violations in good faith.
  • Training: Tuesday Morning conducts training on human trafficking and slavery for its employees and management who have direct responsibility for supply chain management.