For the last 15 years, Ethisphere releases a list of the most ethical companies yearly. It picks the companies from different sectors on the basis of plenty of criteria. In 2021, the organization has recognized 135 companies from worldwide as the most ethical companies. Infosys, Wipro, and Tata Steels are the three Indian companies that featured in this prestigious list.
How Ethisphere Selected Infosys, Tata Steel, and Wipro?
This year, Ethisphere had extensive research to shortlist these companies on the basis of major criteria like the Ethics and Compliance Program of the company and Culture of Ethics in the workplace. It also considers the leadership and reputation of the company worldwide.
In the remaining criteria, the organization goes through the governance model of the companies. Ethisphere prepares its questionnaire to get stakeholders’ feedback. It also checks the reputation of the company through media reviews. The process also considers the public domain documents to know about the companies. To prepare the current list, the data was collected till December 31, 2020.
Wipro is one of the most reputed IT services companies in India. It has a total of 180000 employees. On the other hand, Tata Steel, another selected company from India, operates in the field of Metals, Minerals, and Mining. It exports steel products to other countries as well. Tata Steel is one of the most profitable Tata group companies. Currently, it has an employee base of 32364.
Infosys, one of the oldest software and related services firm, is another company that joined the prestigious list of 135 countries worldwide. It is known for its cutting-edge technological solution globally. Infosys has a huge employee base of 243000. Infosys employees consider the company’s work environment as one of the best globally. The company is also known for the charity works it conducts in India.
More details about Other Companies and Ethisphere
From the honoree list of 135 companies, some major companies name is given below:
Dell technologies from the United States
Genpact from the USA
Honeywell from the USA
Intel from the USA
Loreal from France
Microsoft from the USA
Nokia from Finland
Sony from Japan
US Bank from the USA
Hp from the USA
Salesforce from the USA
As per the finding, the complete list includes 9 companies that are listed first time, whereas 6 companies are continuously part of the list since the Honoree process was started in 2007 by Ethisphere.
Ethisphere CEO, Timothy Erblich said:
“We continue to be inspired by the actions and initiatives of the World’s Most Ethical Companies honorees. Leadership by this group of companies is a reason that business – above all other institutions – was most trusted during the challenging times of 2020. Honorees integrate ethics and values with corporate strategy. They speak up, are transparent, take action, and look for innovative ways to make a difference. We congratulate their efforts.”
Ecolab is one of the companies that has been featured in the prestigious list since 2007. The company’s President and CEO Christophe Beck is overwhelmed with the achievement.
He said that being there on that list for the 15th consecutive year reflects Ecolab values and integrity. I am proud to lead such a company. We at Ecolab provide the best possible service in the right manner. Ethical operations are the main reason behind our success.