Ulula's CEO, Antoine Heuty, and EcoVadis' Global Alliances Director, Daniel Perry, introduce a partnership aiming to include direct worker feedback into EcoVadis' sustainability rankings on labour and human rights. Ulula and EcoVadis will offer trading partners a way to incorporate workers' feedback to further validate the efficacy of policies and procedures analyzed on the EcoVadis scorecard. Aligned with EcoVadis standards and methodology, the worker survey instrument provides ground-truthed data on key human rights and labour indicators to identify supplier risk and areas of improvement.
The webinar covers:
• General trends in the sector of sustainability reporting;
• The importance of incorporating worker feedback to triangulate data for validation;
• How Ulula and EcoVadis will work together to provide more robust data points on labour and human rights