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Tesco case study

EOS Engagement Impact

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  • Tesco has made substantial improvements to its processes for risk management and internal controls, as well as to employee incentives and supplier practices, following an accounting scandal in 2014.
  • The link between strategy, conduct and culture, as well as human capital management and treatment of suppliers remain important topics for EOS’ engagement with the company.

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