March 1, 2014
Apple v. Samsung Ethical Audit Part 3
UN Global Compact – The Global Compact’s operational phase was launched at Un headquarters in New York on July 26, 2000. Today, thousands of companies from all regions of the world and international labor and civil society organizations are engaged in the Global Compact, working to advance ten universal principles in the areas of human rights, labor, the environment, and anticorruption. http://www.unglobalcompact.org/
Caux Roundtable Principles – The CRT Principles for Business are a worldwide vision for ethical and responsible corporate behavior and serve as a foundation for action for business leaders worldwide. As a statement of aspirations, The CRT Principles aim to express a world standard against which business behavior can be measured. http://www.cauxroundtable.org/
Ceres Principles – The Ceres Principles are a ten-point code of corporate environmental conduct to be publically endorsed by companies as an environmental mission statement or ethic. Imbedded in that code of conduct is the mandate to report periodically on environmental management structures and results. Over 50 companies have endorsed the Ceres Principles including 13 Fortune 500 firms. http://www.ceres.org/
Global Sullivan Principles – The objective of the Global Sullivan Principles are to support economic, social, and political justice by companies where they do business; to support human rights and to encourage equal opportunities at all levels of employment, including racial and gender diversity on decision-making committees and boards; to train and advance disadvantaged workers for technical, supervisory, and management opportunities. http://www.thesullivanfoundation.org/gsp/
OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises – the guidelines are recommendations addressed by governments to multinational enterprises operating in or from adhering countries. They provide...
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