Supreme Group, a global leader in the provision of end-to-end supply chain solutions, has been awarded the Investing in Integrity Chartermark following the successful completion of a rigorous assessment process.
Investing in Integrity is a Chartermark founded in 2012 by the Institute of Business Ethics and the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment. Its purpose is to provide organisations with a means of demonstrating to key stakeholders that they have a commitment to acting with integrity at all times.
GoodCorporation developed the assessment framework for Investing in Integrity and conducts the full assessment process for the scheme, carrying out site visits, staff interviews, employee surveys and document reviews.
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