WikiRate organizes data about companies using Metrics. A WikiRate metric is a formal question about a company that can have one answer for any given year.
Overall grade awarded by the Good Company Index
What was the total score the company received in Ranking Digital Rights' Corporate Accountability Index?
Does the company have a publicly available Conflict Minerals Report?
How much is the typical worker at this company paid? (median)
How transparent is the company in relation with their actions aimed at climate change mitigation, adaptation and transparency?
What's the company's total score regarding the UCS indicators of Sourcing Policies, Traceability, Transparency, Impact on Deforestation, Impact on Peat Land?
What is the total amount of hazardous waste created by the organization (in metric tonnes)?
What is the total amount of fuel consumption from non-renewable sources (in gigajoules) that the organization is responsible for?
Is a recent Corporate Sustainability Report available?
Does the company have a page on its website dedicated to conflict minerals or responsible sourcing?
Does the company's responsible sourcing policy focus on all conflict-affected or high-risk areas?
How much direct economic value (revenue) does the company generate?
How well is the company performing in relation with climate change mitigation, adaptation and transparency?
What score did Ranking Digital Rights award for Freedom of Expression?
Does the company have a publicly available Conflict Minerals Policy or Responsible Sourcing Policy?
Does the company's conflict minerals / responsible sourcing policy focus on minerals other than tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold?
What is the percentage of female employees within the company?
What's the company's efficiency in energy use as compared to other companies in their industry?
Is a full list of the locations of the company_s supplier factories publicly available?
The Access to Nutrition Index rates companies on their nutrition policies, practices, and performance.