In today's landscape, businesses must carefully assess their relationships with and their impact on stakeholders, society, and the planet.
With a growing emphasis on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors, organisations are progressively integrating these considerations within their supply chains to mitigate risk, reduce cost and improve efficiency.
The guide provides helpful insights on how to mitigate risk in global supply chains, including:
- Addressing climate change impact
- Identifying social and labour concerns
- Exploring data privacy and security
- A closer look at environmental regulations
- Looking into bribery and corruption
It also highlights the need to conduct risk assessments, establish proactive policies, ensure regulatory compliance, engage stakeholders, and transparently report progress.