Metrics

A Metric is a tool for measuring. On WikiRate, metrics are used to measure company performance, and they are a way of asking the same question of many companies. It consists of a question, an About section (which describes why this metric is important and how it is used), and a Methodology section (which describes how to research the answer).

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What is the amount of other indirect (Scope 3) greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (in tons of CO2 equivalent) that the organization is indirectly responsible for?
How many metric tonnes of sulfur oxide (SOx) does the company emit?
What percentage of management positions are filled by women?
How much water did the company withdraw (in cubic metres)?
How many tonnes of Scope 1 GHG Emissions has the company produced in the most recent reporting year?
What is the total amount of waste generated by the organization (in metric tonnes)?
Does the company have a publicly available Conflict Minerals Report?
What is the percentage of total employees covered by collective bargaining agreements?
What is the total number of incidents of discrimination reported by the organization during the reporting period?
What is the total amount of fuel consumption from renewable sources (in gigajoules) that the organization is responsible for?
How much groundwater did the company withdraw (in cubic metres)? 
Is a recent Corporate Sustainability Report available?
How much direct economic value (revenue) does the company generate?
Does the company have a mechanism to ensure that small-scale suppliers and/or distributors are paid a fair price for goods, services, and/or crops supplied to the company?
What is the total amount of non-hazardous waste created by the organization (in metric tonnes)?
What is the average hours of training per employee during the reporting period?
Does the company’s statement name the suppliers in their supply chain and/or the geographic regions where their supply chain operates?
What is the total number of permanent full-time employees?
Does the company’s statement identify specific geographic regions (e.g. Indonesia), industries (e.g. agriculture), resources (e.g. Palm Oil) or types of workforce (e.g. migrant workers) where the risk of modern slavery is the greatest?"
How many workers died because of a work-related incident?
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