Reversing Supply Chain's Race to the Bottom

January 9, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Though most companies take steps to ensure they are complying with federal labor laws, they often don’t have the insight into the nth-tier suppliers they tap to source their raw materials. According to the 2017 EcoVadis Sustainable Procurement Barometer report, only 15 percent of organizations said they have complete supply chain visibility into the CSR and sustainability performance of both tier one and two suppliers, and only six percent report having full visibility into tier-three suppliers and beyond.


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