Labor and Human Rights in Supply Chains | EcoVadis
With the German and the European Supply Chain Act, and other provisions such as the EU Taxonomy Regulation and the CSRD, companies large and small must invest in sustainability and due diligence.
Today, supporting Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) isn’t just good for society at large – it’s good for business too. ESG focuses on a company’s performance throughout a broad range of areas
To mark Women’s History Month, EcoVadis reflects upon the progress of female workforce participation, as well as the performance of rated companies in respect of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)
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On February 23, the EU published its Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive. This blog summarizes the main provisions of the draft legislation and advises on how your business can prepare.
This whitepaper introduces the core elements of human rights due diligence and outlines measures as well as recommendations for implementation that can be supported by EcoVadis solutions.
Analyzing the performance of over 46,000 companies between 2016-2020, the Sustainability Risk and Performance Index provides unrivalled insight into sustainability trends across regions and industries
Examining new EU guidance on how to address forced labour in supply chains, this blog outlines 5 ways businesses can prepare for the forthcoming introduction of binding due diligence obligations.
The goal of creating a sustainable and responsible economy is increasingly being reflected in legal obligations, with due diligence laws in the U.K., France and Netherlands as well as EU regulations.
The European Union (EU) is on its way to mandatory supply chain due diligence. What steps can your company take now to get ready?
More than just preventing disruption - climate readiness, labor and human rights, and ethical considerations are key components for truly resilient supply chains.
Fighting climate change isn’t a one-day event but Earth Day, taking place on April 22, is a good time to make corporate sustainability resolutions. Here is how to get started.
New human rights laws continue to emerge. While companies are used to financial due diligence, the transition to human rights due diligence, particularly in the supply chain, comes with unknowns.
Insights on ‘social and labor’ management system indicators (labor rights, work conditions, etc.) in the supply base, weak points that amplify disruptions, and building resilience to future crises.
EcoVadis provides profiles on over 150 countries. These profiles cover information on risks across four themes: Environment, health & social, human rights and governance.
Across all regions, women are paid c. 23% less than men. Our Sustainability Analyst explains how COVID-19 has impacted gender inequalities and why reporting and sustainability assessments can help.
What if your procurement team could impact diversity and inclusion issues across the entire supply base, working to ensure that your suppliers address these more systemically through their policies...
This fourth edition of the Sustainability Risk and Performance Index: Insights from Global Supply Chain Ratings illustrates the sustainability performance of over 40,000 companies rated in 2015-2019.
CSRWorks will be hosting a series of FREE webinars featuring expert analysts from EcoVadis. The webinars are designed to help suppliers understand the EcoVadis criteria and expectations across the fou
Experts warn that COVID-19 outbreak could lead to increase in child labor in different countries and that secondary effects on children in all countries will be unprecedented.