|Title:||Evaluated domains and evaluation criteria|
|Date of publishing:||September 20, 2011|
|Also available in the following languages:||Dutch, French|
Evaluated domains and evaluation criteria
Based on the selected international standards 38 challenges or action points are formulated for companies (a kind of to-do list for corporate social responsibility).For example:“Exclude all forms of corruption and conflict of interests” or “Inform and consult employees” or “Promote the efficient use of raw materials”.
These challenges or actions points result in 38 positive evaluation criteria classified under 6 domains, which cover all aspects of corporate social responsibility (CSR).The 6 domains also represent each of the interest of a group of stakeholders:employees, shareholders, customers and suppliers, the local community and the environment.The 6 domains are:
- human ressources
- business behaviour
- corporate governance
- community involvement
- human rights
- Which businesses will be assessed?
- The outline of the assessment process
- Collecting information for the assessment
- Origin and basis of the assessment method
- International standards and conventions which support the Ethibel assessment method
- The positive selection criteria
- Evaluation per industry
- 3 aspects of the assessment
- How are companies quoted and classified?
- Negative or exclusion criteria
- Which activities or practices are controversial?
- How are ratings assigned?
- The advantages of Forum ETHIBEL rating for companies
- Also government bonds
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