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June 28, 2022
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Supplier codes of conduct can be ineffective in practice

A new white paper claims that while supplier codes of conduct are important, they are ineffective if their requirements are not met with actions to bring about transparency. To be effective, codes of conduct should support an authentic determination to embed company values and to foster strong business relationships that encourage honest communication and transparency that include monitoring the effectiveness. The findings are the culmination of a bespoke research project undertaken by Ardea International, a specialist sustainability, business and human rights consultancy, and the Westminster Business School (WBS) at the University of Westminster. Colleen Theron, Ardea International CEO, a tri-qualified…
Supplier codes of conduct can be ineffective in practice

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