Report: SMEs Perform Better in Corporate Sustainability Ratings 

January 9, 2019 EcoVadis EN


Size, as it turns out, does matter, at least when it comes to success in corporate social responsibility. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)—defined as those that employ fewer than 1,000 employees—generally performed better than their larger, unwieldier counterparts, according to a new report by EcoVadis, a global firm that uses a rating system


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