Corporate Responsabilities Criteria
Corporate governance refers to the processes, policies and systems of direction and control that govern the way a company is managed and run.
It is about how decisions are made, responsibilities are assigned and performance is measured and evaluated.
Corporate governance aims to ensure that the interests of the company's stakeholders, including shareholders, employees, customers, suppliers and society as a whole, are considered in a fair and transparent manner.
Ethical Business Practices
Ethical business practices are actions taken by a company that uphold moral standards and ethical values in all business activities. They are based on integrity, transparency, accountability and sustainability to achieve fair, ethical and sustainable business results.
Transparency of information
Transparency of information is an indicator of how well a company communicates its activities and results.
Community involvement is an indicator of how a company engages in projects and activities to help improve the lives of local communities.
Community involvement can have a positive impact on the environment and society.
Companies that take an ethical approach to business seek to avoid inappropriate behavior such as fraud, corruption, discrimination, exploitation of workers or environmental destruction.