(English version) Post-CoronaVirus horizon and new OpenCorporation tools


After having tackled, during the lockdown, topics related to the health emergency caused by Covid-19, the OpenCorporation platform is about to publish the data on the comparison between multinational companies operating in Italy from a broader point of view.

During the lockdown, comparison data on the various healthcare systems was presented related to the companies that are searching for a vaccine and of those companies that have an essential role. A comprehensive. A comprehensive overview with comparative data on trade union activitiesnew ways of working smartworking and e-skillswork organization, remote training was also published.

In what will be configured as the #PostCoronavirus phase, OpenCorporation takes a step forward, as the changes in landscape and perspective become more and more sudden.

The #RatingOpenCorporation from June 2020 becomes monthly, with rankings updated based on data collected almost in real time.

The first change concerns the downgrading of Enel, ousted by LVMH Moet Hennessy – Louis Vuitton SE at the top of the world rankings drawn up on the corporate parameters of Social Dialogue, Working Conditions, Corporate Social Responsibility, Finance, Diversity, Accessibility, in addition to the level of Transparency in the accessibility of all this information.

  • The current rating is compared to that of the previous year;
  • the map of the multinational company’s global presence is updated, with geolocation of subsidiaries;
  • News” are published for each of the more than 9,000 companies observed, with the opportunity for those who read them to report further or propose changes or additions.

For example, the news on Amazon can be found here.

The new Fiscal Impact indicator, which sets the percentage ratio between the tax paid and the total value of production, is also online.

In this regard, again as an example, it can be noted that for LVMH this ratio is 5.46%, similar to that of MICROSOFT CORPORATION at 5.48%, better than APPLE (4.03%), and four and a half times that of the Dutch FCA (1.24%) and more than six times that of Amazon (0.85%), but much, much lower than the direct competitor in the “luxury” sector, also French, KERING (13.39%).


The full section with information on the various phases of the health emergency can be found at the following link: https://blog.opencorporation.org/2020/06/10/nothing-will-be-as-it-used-to-be/

Press release by Filcams Cgil

For further information https://www.opencorporation.org/en/ranking.

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