The “social” dimension of ESG is growing. COVID has set even stronger processes in motion to encourage managers to monitor employee engagement more closely, and it has created a number of new tasks and obligations to ensure the well-being of employees, in addition to basic legal requirements. The social pillar plays an important role in ESG ratings, and is also a key chapter in sustainability reporting.

Sustainability considerations built into the supply chain contribute to an ethical and sustainable vision. Business continuity depends on how we think about our impact on society and the environment.

Incorporating ESG criteria into companies’ own logistics planning and business model reviews, incorporating ESG criteria into procurement criteria, integrating them into procurement tendering and evaluation methods.

Environmental aspect:

Key steps for sustainable supply chain management:

  • due diligence (environmental compliance)
  • “as is” analysis
  • management report and identification of development opportunities

Social aspect:

Key steps for ethical supply chain management:

  • due diligence (social compliance)
  • “as is” analysis
  • management report and identification of development opportunities

Corporate governance:

Review and optimisation of logistics and supply chains – with a focus on business continuity threats and cost efficiency measures (here, ESG criteria as an additional aspect).

Social due diligence (social risk assessment and evaluation):

Main elements of our service:

  • data request (review of documents)
  • interviews with stakeholders
  • survey, questionnaire
  • analysis
  • management report



Services according to the letters E, S and G

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