Eni ranked first among energy companies and seventh in the list of 101 companies analyzed from different industries.
A path of continuous improvement
The significant improvement in Eni’s performance assessed by the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark (CHRB) mirrors the continuous progress we are making in our approach to human rights. Eni began working to integrate respect for human rights into its policies and practices ten years ago and has experienced renewed impetus in the last four years. We consider it an ongoing process. The commitment from our CEO and the rest of our top management, in addition to Eni people at all levels, is essential to our progress in implementing the company’s human rights programme.
We are committed to ensuring that internationally recognised human rights are respected in the execution of our activities. Furthermore, we expect our partners and their management to respect these rights as well.
What is the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark
The Corporate Human Rights Benchmark is a collaboration led by investors and civil society organisations dedicated to creating the first open and public benchmark of corporate human rights performance. The Benchmark provides a comparative snapshot year-on-year of the largest companies on the planet, looking at the policies, processes, and practices they have in place to systematise their human rights approach and how they respond to serious allegations.