Improve your impact and promote your CSR commitments​

And involve your stakeholders in your transition. 

Discover the CSR label Positive Company®

The Made in France CSR label

A demanding and participative CSR label 

Challenge your CSR strategy and promote your commitments to your ecosystem by competing for the highest quality CSR label on the market.​

Join more than 1,000 VSEs, SMEs, ETIs, NGOs and large companies that use our CSR standards free of charge. 

The Positive Company® community federates an ecosystem of companies, associations and NGOs working together on a daily basis to find solutions and inspire each other. 

The aim of the Positive Company® movement is to capitalise on Franco-European CSR know-how and offer it as a development standard on an international scale. 

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Benefits of the programme

A fast process 

It will take you 2 to 4 months to get your results!

Continuous progress

Benefit from a tailor-made action plan at the end of the programme.

A 360° audit  

Question your stakeholders and carry out a full assessment. 

Acknowledgement from principals

Positive Company® is recognised by the main principals in France and Europe.​

A simple, digitised 4-step process

Suitable for all businesses and organisations

Documentary evidence

Online audit of 120 to 270 questions 

Stakeholder consultation

Employees, customers and suppliers are consulted

Defining the action plan​

Analysis and feedback from Positive Company® experts

Promoting your commitments

Access to a communication kit to promote your results

Test your CSR level

Answer 20 questions and you'll automatically receive your evaluation, an excellent indicator of the maturity of your CSR approach. 

If you get a good score, apply for the label! 

Test your CSR level in 5 minutes! 

A label aligned with international standards

The standards are based on 5 themes inspired by the 7 pillars of ISO 26000, the GRI and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

These standards support a European vision of CSR , i.e. imposing strong regulatory constraints, involving a greater diversity of stakeholders and reporting subject to verification by an Independent Third Party Organisation..

They continually incorporate new European regulations such as CSRD, Taxonomy and the Sustainability Corporate Due Diligence Directive. 

Discover the 5 audit themes

Our community speaks out... and inspires you