At the risk of finding out I can't shop at the supermarket I can walk to...
November 7, 2011 4:30 PM Subscribe
Is there a quick way to gauge how ethical the practices of a corporation are?
I've found a couple of watchdog groups that report specific issues in the news, but a lot of the relavent stuff wouldn't show up in class action lawsuits and stuff. Do they use predatory business tactics? How do they treat their workers? Do they suport sweat shop labor? Do they work toward sustainability? Do they do or not do other stuff that I haven't thought of?
Some of these I could dig and find easily enough, but others I can't, and I'm not gonna go dig up the sustainability report of every company I might buy something from. So, is there a site that gathers and tracks this sort of thing that I can refer to?
I see this
old question, but Multinational Monitor isn't what I'm looking for, Crocodyl seems to be inoperative, and Good Guide appears to be specific to manufacturing practices.