Center for Corporate Auditing, Responsibility and Management policy Authoring/Agenda 21 policy
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Agenda 21 policy[edit | edit source]
Introduction[edit | edit source]
The Agenda 21 policy endorses the Agenda 21 as an official agenda of the company.
Organizational requirements[edit | edit source]
- The company has to form an Agenda 21 group that helps the organization to address Agenda 21 issues and bundles Agenda 21 competency. The members of the group have to have an adequate time budget for doing this work, which may vary depending on the size and type of business.
- Members of the Agenda 21 group must be able to formally request more time for their work and to discuss their work in the group in public without being penalized.
Corporate citizenship[edit | edit source]
- The company must communicate with other organizations about Agenda 21 issues.
- The company must publish an Agenda 21 email contact or corporate social responsibility contact that is designated to handle Agenda 21 issues.
- The company must implement adequate public reporting for its Agenda 21 efforts.
Continuing education[edit | edit source]
- Employees must receive educational offers concerning aspects of the Agenda 21.
- All employees must receive a defined set of minimum information about the Agenda 21.
- The company must officially endorse the Agenda 21 and encourage whistleblowing in the company and the supply chain.