Prices

A breakdown of prices for the Tool in each version

SINGULAR*

The annual license fee for the singular version of the HRDD Tool costs 1.750 DKK.


*For use with one business unit.

CORPORATE*

*Priced by number of units subject to assessment.

RELATIONSHIPS*

*Priced by number of relationships subject to assessment.

* All prices listed are exclusive of VAT

Tech specs

A breakdown of the key features for the Tool in each version

Singular new logo draft

HUMAN RIGHTS DUE DILIGENCE TOOL
SINGULAR*

  • Guided assessments
  • Advanced reporting
  • Human Rights Explained
  • Internal communication functions
  • Notification emails
  • Review function
  • Admin functions
  • = standard feature
  • = version specific feature

Corporate new logo draft

HUMAN RIGHTS DUE DILIGENCE TOOL
CORPORATE*

  • Guided assessments
  • Advanced reporting
  • Human Rights Explained
  • Internal communication functions
  • Notification emails
  • Local review
  • Local admins
  • Corporate level review
  • Head quarter admins
  • Corporate-wide reporting

Relationships new logo draft

HUMAN RIGHTS DUE DILIGENCE TOOL
BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS*

  • Guided assessments
  • Advanced reporting
  • Human Rights Explained
  • Internal communication functions
  • Notification emails
  • Local review
  • Local admins
  • Choice of relationships (e.g. suppliers)
  • Relationships management
  • Complete relationships’ reporting

What are the UN Guiding Principles

The UNGPs are an international, authoritative business and human rights instrument. They were developed in 2011 by Harvard professor, John Reggie. The United Nations then unanimously adopted the UNGPs to define and operationalise what it means for businesses to respect human rights.

How can the UNGPs benefit companies?

Companies which align with the UNGPs naturally experience the moral benefits associated with respecting Human Rights. However, aside from these moral benefits, companies also gain many business benefits. The main benefits companies will experience are outlined below:

  • Improved stakeholder relationships.
  • Improved risk management.
  • Increased competitive advantage for attracting and retaining employees, sales, attracting investments, etc.

Additionally, by aligning business operations with the UNGPs, companies live up to the internationally authoritative minimum standard for socially responsible business behaviour. Many states are beginning to make the UNGPs legislature which means it’s only a matter of time before the UNGPs become internationally recognized in the legal world.

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How businesses can implement the UNGPs management system in three steps:

COMMITMENT (Policy commitment)

1

To implement the UNGPs, companies are required to have a policy that commits to respecting human rights. This policy must, amongst others, be publically available, approved by the highest level of management, and describe what you expect from employees and business relationships. Last but not least, companies should use this commitment to guide all their actions. This is referred to in principle 16 of the UNGPs as a ‘policy commitment’.

ASSESSMENT (Due diligence)

2

Companies’ activities impact the human rights of stakeholders. Therefore companies must identify potential or actual negative impacts on Human Rights. Once companies know how people are impacted, they must then show (communicate) what will be done to prevent or reduce these potential or actual impacts. This process is referred to as ‘human rights due dilligence’ and covers principles 17-21 of the UNGPs.

REACTION & ENGAGEMENT (Access to remedy)

3

When a negative impact occurs companies need to react.  This can be done by, for example, apologising or offering compensation, and then preventing the impact from reoccurring. This is referred to as ‘remediation’ and is covered in principle 22 of the UNGPs. Companies also need to create channels of communication so impacted people can voice their concerns and give provide feedback on your efforts. This is referred to as ‘grievance mechanisms’, covered in principles 28-31.

csrCloud-New-LogoWhat’s new in ‘Trishul’?

Updated forms and reports.

Collaborative features. Work across the unit.

Cost and action reports. Keep track of your goals and expenses.

At-a-glance measures to keep on track.

Coming soon!

GLOBAL CSR

GLOBAL CSR is a Corporate Social Responsibility consultancy firm based in Copenhagen, Denmark. We specialize in social sustainability and the use of the UN Global Compact as well as the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in practice.

For more info, check out our website.

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Skalbakken 8a
Vanløse, Copenhagen
+45 44 99 55 06

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