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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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A Comparison of CSR Performance of the UN Global Compact Signatories and Non-Signatories 25 UN Global Compact as Part of EcoVadis Methodology Within the framework of EcoVadis assessment methodology, companies publicly endorsing the Ten Principles of the UN Global compact, will have their participation highlighted on their scorecards under Environmental, Labor & Human Rights and Ethics themes. In addition, this endorsement will has a positive impact on a company's score under the umbrella of Policies within the ENDORSEMENT indicator across the three themes covered by the UN Global Compact Principles. 15 Endorsements within the EcoVadis methodology are an important method of demonstrating company's commitment and actions. As part of a company's assessment, EcoVadis analysts often evaluate UN Global Compact Communications On Progress Reports, which provide an insight into companies' CSR commitments and annual performance against those commitments. 15 For the purpose of this study, we removed the addition to the score resulting from endorsement of the UN Global Compact. This enables accurate comparison of management system scores.

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