The increasingly complex network of suppliers and outsourced activities brings with it a range of uncertainties that can cause challenges in the supply chain. This results in a greater importance regarding supply chain risk management, and part of this is the treatment of it workers and giving them the protection they deserve.
Consumers want to make confident choices that extend beyond the physical boundaries of the product and safe in the knowledge they are protecting the rights of those who produce goods or provide services wherever in the world they are.
The rise of social consciousness by the consumer in western markets, matched with the increasing instant accountability through social media – anywhere in the world, is creating a seismic change in reputational appetite amongst multi-national companies and the investment community.
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Conformance to International
Standards doesn’t necessarily mean late nights. how companies can more effectively tackle the perceived ‘mountain’ of documents they feel they need to generate for certification