Only 1 in 10 companies report ethics KPIs

January 29, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Less than 10% of companies globally are reporting key performance indicators (KPIs) on business ethics, according to EcoVadis, which provides business sustainability ratings.
The world average score for business ethics is 42.4 out of 100, indicating "most organizations are taking a reactive, unstructured approach to fighting corruption risks," EcoVadis said.
Transportation, storage and manufacturing were among the industries scoring below the global average, signifying their high risk for corruption, bribery and fraud. 


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