The CGEM accredits the firms responsible for evaluating companies applying for the CSR Label

The General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM) on Tuesday accredited the third-party experts responsible for evaluating companies applying for the CSR Label (corporate social responsibility) following a call for applications launched on October 1 2020.

The firms and groups selected are Bureau Veritas Maroc, Tennaxia Consulting, Responsible Business Consulting, the Groupement Diorh-Fidaroc Grant Thornton-Eagle Engineering, as well as the Groupement BFM Consulting – Academy of Management, specifies the CGEM in a press release.

A meeting chaired by Saadia Slaoui Bennani, President of the Responsible Business and Citizen Commission of the CGEM, was held with all the accredited bodies, indicates the same source, noting that the purpose of this meeting was to discuss the terms and conditions. assessment for obtaining the CSR Label and the tools developed by the Commission and made available to third-party experts.

The accreditation of organizations falls within the framework of the multi-stakeholder process established by the CGEM for the attribution of the CSR Label. These organizations assess the compliance of companies applying for the Label with respect to the CGEM’s CSR charter, thus boosting the company’s performance by determining areas for progress and performance improvement.

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