In recent years, companies have been experiencing dramatic changes in business environment. While social and environmental impacts in both positive and negative caused by business have been growing, expectation to business to act as responsible members of society by identifying and addressing the impacts in entire value chain has been arising. In addition, corporate value today is evaluated not only by financial position but also by CSR/sustainability approaches taken by the business. For the effective and efficient deployment of CSR activities under limited budget and human resources, CRT Japan developed “Sustainable Navigation”, a comprehensive framework of CSR activity, and provides service corresponding to each step specified in the framework.
Human Rights Due Diligence Workshop
Human Rights Due Diligence Workshop sets a multi-stakeholder platform in which business can share experiences and exchange candid views on how to identify and address human rights issues relevant to own company.
Supply Chain Sustainability
Supply chain sustainability was initially started in the B (Business) to C (Consumer) sectors, such as food and retail, to address the demands of consumers who want to ensure the safety of the products they purchase, as well as of those who are highly conscious about whether the products are produced ethically, especially in terms of labour standards.