We encourage all our member companies to communicate about their ETI membership and what they are doing to improve the lives of workers in their supply chains. However, they must not use their membership as any kind of ‘badge’ or endorsement. We have comprehensive guidelines in place for communicating about ETI membership and we work closely with our members to make sure these are understood and followed. It is not ETI’s role to represent the views of individual members, or indeed the collective view of our corporate members. Our public statements have a clear purpose; to amplify workers’ voices and shine a spotlight on working conditions as part of our efforts to drive long-lasting change.