This issue of Sustainable Insight aims to help executives understand and apply current good practice in identifying and managing human rights issues in business.
Companies are under increasing pressure to identify and address human rights issues in their operations, supply chains, and product and service portfolios. Failure to do so can bring serious risks to business: not only risks to brand value, reputation and relationships, but also an increasing risk of litigation and of non-compliance with a growing body of human rights legislation. It also brings risks to people as companies could be implicit in, or directly responsible for, negatively impacting human rights.
This issue of Sustainable Insight aims to help executives understand and apply current good practice in identifying and managing human rights issues in business. It brings together the learning and experience of experts at 11 major corporations that are leaders in this field, as well as the views of KPMG’s own subject matter experts.
The paper considers the following key questions:
Read KPMG’s latest Sustainable Insight report on business and human rights here.
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