Corporate Social Responsibility | EcoVadis
Addressing CSR and Sustainability Goals Through Improved Indirect Spend Management | Spend Matters Analysis
Indirect procurement can actually contain CSR risks just as harmful as those found in direct materials spend.
Mars Global: CSR Category Award Winners at World Procurement Awards
EcoVadis was proud to sponsor the CSR Category at the World Procurement Awards by Procurement Leaders. This year's winner was EcoVadis client, Mars Global.
Four Questions to Mathilde Goussault, Head of CSR at Bonduelle Group
Interview with Mathilde Goussault, Head of CSR at Bonduelle Group where she covers the company's responsible purchasing, sustainable packaging and other CSR activities.
CSR: Small Is Beautiful
Why are very small businesses, with up to 25 employees, deciding to be assessed on their ethical, social and environmental performance? Interview with Philippe Andrillat, Associate Director, Kenseo.
When Your Own Data Collection Is Not Enough: Sustainability Ratings vs. Self-Assessment CSR Questionnaires
While supply chain risks continue to proliferate across many industries, businesses are looking for trusted ways to assess their trading partners and many have come to rely on sustainability ratings.
CSR Clauses in Contracts [Infographic]
Infographic that breaks down the EcoVadis study around CSR contractual practices among buyers and suppliers.
Sustainability Clauses in Commercial Contracts: The Key to Corporate Responsibility
Studies on sustainability clauses are scarce, and one of this scale is unprecedented.
A Comparison of CSR Performance of the UN Global Compact Signatories vs Non-Signatories
Study finds that organizations that have committed to the UNGC’s ten principles perform significantly better on sustainability measures throughout supply chains.
UK Spotlight Report: EcoVadis 2018 Global CSR Risk and Performance Index
The UK Spotlight Report provides a comparative analysis of CSR/Sustainability performance from a sample of more than 500 UK companies, including over 120 large enterprises from nine industries.
EcoVadis CSR Methodology Overview and Principles
This document provides an overview of the reference model, seven founding principles, and process EcoVadis uses.
Johnson & Johnson: Driving Supplier Performance in CSR to Reduce Risk and Boost Innovation
Debunking Three CSR and Sustainable Procurement Myths
This expert panel puts some context around the discussion of sustainability, presenting insights on where and how companies are embracing and benefiting from sustainable business practices.
Best of the Blog: Top 5 Posts of 2018
A quick look at our most widely read blog posts over the past twelve months suggests that CSR and procurement professionals around the globe are increasingly interested in regulations related to...
Tomorrow’s Brands Will Be Sustainable or They Won’t Exist at All
The world is facing social and environmental challenges never seen before. Brands need to transform to maintain a competitive advantage and rebuild trust.
The Critical New CSR Challenge: Third-Party Cybersecurity Risk
The specter of cybersecurity-related incidents in the supply chain has risen from a marginal concern to a top issue for many companies. Going beyond the bottom line, and beyond compliance,...
Sustainable Procurement Practitioners: Instilling Sustainability Through Global Supply Chains
Heineken and IPCOOP discuss their impact on sustainability through their supply chains and how EcoVadis helps them improve their sustainable business practices.
How Effective Are the CSR Clauses in Your Contracts?
New regulations and consumer demands are increasingly putting pressure on businesses to be more transparent. As a result, more and more companies include sustainability clauses in contracts with...
Using CSR Performance to Create Value and Fuel Business Growth
The EU Directive on NonFinancial Reporting: A Shift Towards Transparency and Reporting Quality
Non-financial information (NFI) disclosures provide transparency on the environmental and social impacts related to their business’s operations.
Stanford Study: Only Half of Companies Engage in Supply Chain Sustainability
New research from Stanford asserts global supply chains have plateaued when it comes to sustainability success.