Our key focus while consulting is to ‘keep it simple’ while not diluting content. We work together with clients to tackle CSR related issues ranging from compliance to strategy. Our ample experience with CSR and the United Nations’ Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights combines to provide high quality support while maintaining a realistic approach.
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At GLOBAL CSR, we know how important it is to support you efficiently – meaning we offer the right amount of involvement at a speed that suits your needs, depending on your size, model and where you stand in relation to responsible business conduct. We have a vast amount of experience with the steps involved in aligning company conduct with international standards. We assist on a multitude of ad hoc issues and focus on meeting your needs and level of ambition, whether it be developing or quality assuring a policy commitment; designing your company’s grievance mechanisms or assisting on your annual report. Contact us here.
Does your company wish to align its processes with international standards for responsible business conduct? Conduct human rights impact assessments? Update your responsible supply chain management efforts? Or receive guidance on responsibility related to investments? Then we have the experience and tools to develop and support your work. In our project focused consultancy we, as part of the collaboration, aim to develop your inhouse capacity. We are also flexible when scoping your company’s involvement in the project. You can see examples of previous cases here.
By partnering with us, your company has free access to our feedback and support – whenever and wherever it is needed. The partnership agreement can, for example:
- Support you in managing recurring CSR issues.
- Create strategies and action plans.
- Implement the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.
- Manage suppliers, buyers and investors.
- Support you with the screening and identification of competencies with potential partners.
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UNGPs Compliance Lab:
In 2011 a global minimum standard for responsible business conduct was established. Are you in compliance?
Join us for our United Nations’ Guiding Principles (UNGPs) Compliance Lab to explore what your company needs to do, and how to get started. The standard is defined by a management system similar to systems you know from your company already. Understand the minimum in relation to:
- The Policy Commitment
- Human Rights Due Diligence
- Access to Remedy
Due Diligence is required for all businesses. How do you conduct regular Impact Assessments?
Join us for our Human Rights Impact Assessment Lab to explore what your company needs to do, and how to get started. Get your social license to operate.
You will gain knowledge of the minimum set of human rights that you need to assess against. What are you already doing? How to prevent or mitigate and how to measure effectiveness? In addition, you will get access to samples of concrete assessments.
UNGPs Professionals Network:
Join other professionals that oversee the implementation of the UNGPs/OECD Guidelines in their companies?
We provide a platform for professionals who are already in the process of implementing the minimum standard for responsible business conduct - the UNGPs/OECD Guidelines.
During quarterly meetings, we develop the network to facilitate and improve your implementation efforts. Between networks you gain access to practitioners that diligently implement the UNGPs. Avoid the pitfalls and explore the better practices.
Responsible Supply Chain Management Lab:
Looking to align your supply chain management with the global minimum standard - the UNGPs?
Your company is responsible for adverse impacts in your full value chain. How do you meet that responsibility?
Join the RSCM Lab and explore how the UNGPs can ease your work managing responsible business conduct in business relationships. Do it right, while saving costs compared to your present engagement, and change the engagement from control to cooperation.