CSR: Why having a corporate conscience matters
Founded in 2010, Codethic is a Swiss company which advises, trains and provides tools for decision support in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainable development. As our name suggests, ethics, by which we mean ‘what is good, what is right’ can be set into codes, making a widespread case for adoption across national and international organization communities.
Every organization’s operations have an impact on people and the environment. Our goal is to help organization’s understand what those impacts are, and to implement strategies to transform them into positive impacts. Good CSR means taking a responsible, ethical approach to business, going beyond minimum legal requirements and acting in the best interests of wider society.
Codethic works with SMEs, large businesses and multinational corporations and public organizations.
Addressing the seven key areas of ISO 26000
Codethic set out to create an enterprise-wide program for companies of all sizes to address the seven key areas of CSR activity, as outlined in the ISO 26000 guidelines for CSR.
These are: Organisational governance; Human rights; Labour practices; Environment; Fair operating practices; Consumer issues; Community involvement and development issues. The resulting program, Codethic26000, facilitates independently audited and accredited CSR certification.
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