From Business Risk Management Handbook: A Sustainable Approach
- Chapter 12 Social and Ethical Risk Overview;
- Chapter 13 How to Identify Someone s Style
- Chapter 14 Human Rights and Resource Issues Inside the Workplace
- Chapter 15 Human Rights Outside the Workplace
- Chapter 16 Health and Safety in the Workplace
- Chapter 17 Health and Safety of Customers and Product Liabilities
Social risks are as varied as the communities and cultural groupings from which they emanate. We use a SERM system to estimate that 5.1% of market value is at risk from these types of internal and external issues including:
Social and ethical risk overview (Chapter 12);
Cultural risk management (Chapter 13);
Human rights and...
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