Grasping the nettle of reputationally damaging exposés

By Amber Melville-Brown

A recent story in the Financial Times has highlighted the emerging change in the way businesses address the reputational risk of their impact on society and the environment.

Tesco made a high-profile disclosure of the amount of waste in its supply chain recently, but did so voluntarily and used the opportunity to highlight the measures it is taking to address food waste.

Are companies starting to heed the message about protecting their most important asset, in moving onto the front foot in their approach to these potentially reputation-damaging areas? …

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