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Commitment vs. Practice: A Comparison of CSR Performance of the UN Global Compact Signatories and Non-Signatories

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24 Commitment vs. Practice 21 CSR Criteria ENVIRONMENT LABOR & HUMAN RIGHTS ETHICS SUSTAINABLE PROCUREMENT • Energy Consumption & GHGs • Water • Biodiversity • Local & Accidental Pollution • Materials, Chemicals & Waste • Product Use • Product End-of-Life • Customer Health & Safety • Environmental Services & Advocacy • Employee Health & Safety • Working Conditions • Social Dialogue • Career Management & Training • Child Labor, Forced Labor & Human Trafficking • Diversity, Discrimination & Harassment • External Stakeholder Human Rights • Corruption • Anti-Competitive Practices • Responsible Information Management • Supplier Environmental Practices • Supplier Social Performance Interpreting EcoVadis Overall CSR Score 0 NONE 25 PARTIAL 50 CONFIRMED 75 ADVANCED 100 OUTSTANDING No tangible elements identified. Not all main criteria activated covered or not sufficiently addressed. Main activated criteria covered with acceptable practices. Particularly advanced practices on all activated criteria. Comprehensive and innovative practices. External recognition. The scoring of the seven management indicators is based upon strict scoring guidelines which are applied by all analysts. Each scoring level is associated to a detailed definition and a database of sample documents. The seven management indicator scores will then generate a score for each theme based upon the weight allocated to each management indicator. The three management layers, policies, actions and results are given the following respective weights: 25 ntercet, 40 percent and 35 percent. The overall score is a weighted average of the theme scores. The activation and weight of each theme depends on the company industry, size, and its location. This allows taking into account the characteristics of a company, each theme being more or less critical depending on their activities.

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