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ESG Reporting: Transparency in Corporate Responsibility

ESG Reporting: Showcasing Corporate Responsibility through transparent practices.

ESG standards are here to stay—making ESG reporting a crucial tool for organisations seeking to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability and responsible business practices. In this blog post, we take a deep-dive into the what, why, and how of ESG reporting. 

Unmasking Exploitation: Forced Labor’s Grip on the Global Supply Chain

Unmasking Exploitation: Forced Labor’s Grip on the Global Supply Chain

Delve into the shadows of the global supply chain with our latest blog post, ‘Unmasking Exploitation: Forced Labor’s Grip on the Global Supply Chain.’ As we unravel the intricate web of forced labor, from its roots to its far-reaching consequences, join us on a journey to understand the complex challenges faced by countless individuals worldwide.

Navigating the New Terrain: How US Companies Can Prepare for EU ESG Directives

Navigating new terrain: US companies' preparation for EU ESG directives. Ensuring compliance and sustainability alignment.

The European Union (EU) is poised to introduce two game-changing directives: the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and the Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD). These directives will compel companies to report on their environmental and human rights impacts, ushering in a new era of global corporate responsibility. US companies, even if not directly affected, should proactively assess their operations and value chains to stay ahead of the curve and maintain a competitive edge in the evolving global market.

The Supplier Code of Conduct: Is It Still Enough?

Creating and implementing a code of conduct enables companies to prevent some supply chain risks and safeguard their reputation. It can even translate into a competitive advantage when scouting for a proper supplier.