For over 8 years, the Expansión and Schulich School of Business has been looking for companies that have adopted and actively promote the ESG pillars (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance) in their operations, that are part of the Responsible Companies Specialty .
This ranking will be published in the 2022 edition of october Extension magazine.
- All Mexican or foreign companies participate For profit With a turnover in the country of over 1,000 million pesos a year.
- The information shared will be used exclusively for methodological purposes and will not be published.
- In order to participate it is very important that you answer the online questionnaire. If you don’t, you run the risk that the company will not be incorporated.
- Necessary: The platform does not allow you to save or make changes to the process once the questionnaire is completed. Here you can download it:
- To download the questionnaire, follow the next route: Go to File > Downloads > Select Format > Word in the top menu.
- Participation has no cost or link to the consumption or purchase of any Grupo Expansion product or service.
- there is a deadline to participate 24 June 2022.
The Schulich School of Business evaluates and creates an index based on the following aspects:
Economic Measures (40%): This category records data related to good corporate governance, pay and compensation, taxes, ethics and compliance with regulations and a category we have termed ‘long-term capitalism’ weighs 40%, as it reflects the various factors used by companies. Analyzes measures. Align their financial performance with long-term goals and objectives, which is the essence of sustainability.
Social Measures (30%): Diversity, employment practices and policies, health and safety, and social responsibility are measured.
Environmental Measures (30%): Five key indicators are analyzed: waste generation, water use, energy use, greenhouse gas emissions and renewable energy use.
Differential: It is important to note that quantitative measures are used wherever possible, but industry benchmarks are applied in certain circumstances, such as carbon emissions or workplace accidents, to avoid harm for companies operating in particular industries. , such as mining or energy.
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