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Jun 30, 2014 CSRHub Blogging

Ford Motor Company CSR Performance Benchmark


Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability metrics site CSRHub recently updated its ratings on Ford and the 87 companies in the Motor Vehicle Manufacturing industry.  Ford’s overall rating currently is 61 after the most recent updates to their CSRHub page.

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Please note, the Sustainability Ratings widget will continually update and show the latest ratings on CSRhub. 

The average rating for the other companies in the Motor Vehicle Manufacturing industry is steady at 54.  Ford has gone up and is currently 7th on the list, using the CSRHub average user profile. You may see more information about Ford at their CSRHub page here.

Ford has a particularly strong score of 63 in the Employees area.  This is due to a high score in Diversity & Labor Rights subcategory of 69—well above the average for this industry of 54.  The area with the greatest opportunity for improvement for Ford is the Board category.  Here, Ford gets a 53 —which is still above the average for the industry of 46, but it is Ford’s lowest score.

Some highlights of the progress that Ford made in the past year include:

  •   Ford Embracing Analytics and Big Data to Inform Eco-Conscious Decisions, Stay Green
  •  Ford Reduces Water and Oil Use in Plants Globally with Expansion of Near-Dry Machining Technology

See Ford’s Corporate Social Responsibility website here.


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Published by CSRHub Blogging June 30, 2014