Increasing demands and expectations from stakeholders for more integrity and transparency is putting pressure on companies. At the same time, governments and legislators are imposing new laws to better regulate business activities. In recent years, this development has been particularly evident concerning respect for human rights and prevention of corruption.
In response to growing pressure from regulators, investors, and clients, ethics is entering a new phase. Beyond commitments, what’s at stake is consistency between the talk and the walk to amplify trust across vast ecosystems of stakeholders, from employees to business partners and consumers. It's no easy task for globalized operations combining merging and complex value chains that are experiencing deep digital transformations.
The 2018 – 2020 Schneider Sustainability Impact (SSI) includes our Ethics commitments, which ensure that we are keeping honest and humane business practices at the core of our supply chain. By 2020, we commit to ...
/100 increase in average score of ISO 26000 assessment for our strategic suppliers
suppliers under Human Rights & Environment vigilance receive specific on-site assessment
of sales, procurement, and finance employees train every year on anti-corruption