Who’s Responsible for Minding the Supply Chain?

April 5, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


EcoVadis, a provider of sustainable procurement ratings, conducted a separate study of over 20,000 companies, examining how well they’re progressing on adopting the UN’s Global Compact Principles, which are similar but not identical to the aforementioned Guiding Principles (it gets confusing, doesn’t it?). The most telling takeaway from the EcoVadis study is that small and medium-sized companies tend to perform better on addressing CSR issues than do the large global companies, which the study attributes to the smaller companies’ ability to act faster.


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