This Case is aboutÂ SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
PUBLICATION DATE: October 24, 2014 PRODUCT #: W14528-PDF-ENG
A modest Danish design firm attempts to collaborate as a core component of complying with the UN Global Compact principles so as to enhance well-being, security and environmental conditions, along with labor standards, with its biggest provider in Thailand.
The business takes its corporate social responsibility (CSR) program and has developed a brand new standard for CSR in its supplier factories that audited and is executed by the non-governmental organization. New challenges evolve as attention is directed to certification of generation inputs like wood. Although Western small- and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) face pressures these SMEs often lack behaviors to alter in supplier factories.Trip Trap Managing Certification in the Global Supply Chain Case Solution
The quality supervisor of the company must assess its sustainability strategy. How much leverage can a small business anticipate to have with its providers? Also, is the expense of auditing providers in a state like Thailand overly high?