The management section enables your company to evaluate the extent to which issues covered by the UN Global Compact principles are anchored in the company strategy and integrated in decisions and management systems. In addition to this section, it is recommended to answer the questions in the other four sections that assess your company’s performance against international standards, conventions and agreements, and provide inspiration for continuous improvement within human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.



The section covers management of all ten principles and includes:



Regulatory compliance

Impact assessment


Define a policy




Decision-making procedures

Worker involvement

Suppliers and business partners

Community development

Grievance mechanisms



Communicate to stakeholders


This section is inspired by the UN Global Compact Management Model that describes which steps companies should take once they have committed to the Global Compact. It is further aligned with the Global Compact Advance level reporting criteria.


For further guidance material on the UN Global Compact principles please visit following sites:


 - Human rights guidance material

 - Labour guidance material

 - Environment guidance material

 - Anti-corruption guidance material