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Positive Company®


And send a strong message to your ecosystem!


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A 360° vision of CSR

Convinced that a documentary audit is not enough to prove an organisation's commitment, the Positive Company® labelling process requires its main stakeholders to be questioned anonymously. 

Employees, customers and suppliers are all involved, and can testify to a brand's commitment as well as suggesting improvements.

The process takes around 3 months. The label is valid for 3 years, requiring an interim audit.

Start the programme

A simple, ongoing programme

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Kick-off meeting

Positive Company® experts lead you through the project.

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Documentary evidence audit

Complete the appropriate audit framework on our digital platform.

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Stakeholder survey administration

Employees, customers and suppliers are consulted anonymously.

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Audit report

Positive Company® experts deliver an audit report containing a tailor-made action plan and the results of the surveys.

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Communication

A communication kit is available to help you promote your results.

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Action plan follow-up

Every 6 months, our team monitors your CSR projects.

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Audit renewal

To measure your progress and gather new ideas for improvement.

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+ More than 160 certified companies

Labelling conditions

1 star


  • Obtain an overall score ≥50/100
  • Score ≥5/20 on each theme
  • Achieving the required return rates for stakeholder surveys
  • Have formalised a CSR policy

2 stars


  • Obtain an overall score ≥60/100
  • Score ≥7/20 on each theme
  • Achieving the required return rates for stakeholder surveys
  • Have formalised a CSR policy
  • Carry out a GHG emissions assessment or have the company's raison d'être written into the company's legal status

3 stars


  • Obtain an overall score ≥70/100
  • Score ≥10/20 on each theme
  • Achieving the required return rates for stakeholder surveys
  • Have formalised a CSR policy
  • Carry out a GHG emissions assessment and
  • Have the company's raison d'être written into the company's legal statu

Progressive pricing

From 6 to 50 
employees

From €1,800 to €4,200 excl.

  • Support throughout the entire process
  • Access to the VSE/SME CSR standards (150 questions)
  • 2 stakeholders consulted
  • Duration: 2 to 3 months

 From 50 to 500 employees

De 5 500 € à 11 000 € HT

  • Support throughout the entire process
  • Access to the SME/ETI CSR standards (175 questions)
  • 3 stakeholders consulted
  • Duration: 3 months

+ over 500 employees

From €12,000 excl.

  • Analyse du périmètre
  • Support throughout the entire process
  • Access to the ETI/Large CSRD standards (200 questions)
  • 4 2 stakeholders consulted
  • Duration: 4 to 6 months

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!

FAQs

There is only one other generalist label: the American B Corp label. What makes Positive Company unique is that we interview stakeholders, because we are convinced that a simple assessment based solely on documentary evidence is not enough to prove an organisation's commitment. Finally, the process is fast, typically 2-3 months, and affordable even for small organisations.

The entire programme is spread over a maximum of 3 months. The project is managed by Positive Company® and the methodology is designed to keep working hours to a manageable level. Depending on the size of the company and the capacity of the teams to aggregate data and documents, you will need between 3 and 9 FTE days. 

The Positive Company® label is based on European and national regulations. It is also based on international CSR and sustainable development standards: ISO 26000SDGs et GRI.

How long is the Positive Company® label valid for?

Once the label has been awarded, a label certificate is issued, valid for a maximum of 18 months. It must be renewed between 12 and 18 months at the latest after the date on which it was first obtained, for a further 18 months.