Consultations Questionnaire

  • 1
    Introduction
  • 2
    Methodology
  • 3
    Process
  • 4
    Presentation of the Results
  • 5
    New Sectors for the Benchmark
  • 6
    Additional Feedback or Comments
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The Corporate Human Rights Benchmark (CHRB) is a publicly available resource assessing company policies, processes, practices, and transparency to address human rights. The mission of CHRB is to harness the competitive nature of the markets to drive better corporate human rights performance.  

We want companies to do a better job on respecting human rights but we at CHRB also need to strive to continuously improve our own performance.  We are therefore seeking your feedback on the first iteration of the Benchmark and all the processes accompanying it, with a view to strengthening CHRB going forward.

We are seeking feedback on four main issues, as well as providing an open-ended opportunity to add any further comments:

  1. The methodology
  2. The process
  3. The presentation of the results
  4. The addition of new sectors
  5. Additional feedback or comments 

We realise that some issues might be more relevant to you than others, so please feel free to answer some or all of the questions according to your interest.

There are 17 questions and we estimate it will take 10-15 minutes to answer all the questions, depending on how detailed your answers are. 

Please note that you will have the option to submit your answers anonymously on the last page of the survey.

Deadline:  This questionnaire will be open until 29 October 2017.