Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability metrics site CSRHub recently updated its ratings on theProctor & GambleCompany and the 210 companies in the Manufacturing industry. Proctor & Gamble’soverall rating currently is 63 after the most recent updates to their CSRHub page.
The average rating for the other companies in the Manufacturing industry is 52. Proctor & Gamble has moved up twelve points and currently is in 6th place on the list, using the CSRHub average user profile. You can see more information about theProctor & Gamble Company at their CSRHub page here.
Proctor & Gamble has a particularly strong score of 75 in the Employees area. This is due to a high score in the Training, Health and Safety category of 76—well above the average for this industry of 54. The area with the greatest opportunity for improvement for Proctor & Gamble is the Transparency and Reportingcategory. Here, Proctor & Gamble gets a 49 which is only three points above the industry average of 46. Although the score is higher than the average, it is Proctor & Gamble’s lowest score.
Some highlights of the progress that Proctor & Gamble made in the past year include:
See Proctor & Gamble’s Corporate Social Responsibility website here.
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