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Milliken named one of the 2018 world's most ethical companies for 12th consecutive year

23 March 2018

Milliken has been recognised by the Ethisphere Institute, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, as one of the 2018 World’s Most Ethical Companies.

Named to the World’s Most Ethical Company list for 12 years, Milliken has received this honour every year since the award was first given in 2007 - one of only 12 companies included on the list since its inception.

In 2018, 135 organisations were recognised, spanning 24 countries and 57 industries. Integrity has always been core to Milliken’s business practices, and in 2017, the company looked to advance its integrity further through radical transparency.

With the implementation of a new LEEDv4 credit on materials transparency for floor covering, Milliken emphasised its role as an environmental steward and helped re-frame what was thought possible for healthier environments.

Moreover, Milliken began strengthening communities worldwide with the advent of Milliken Gives, a three-pronged program fostering community engagement through significant and impactful connections that best suit the preferences of Milliken associates.

“While the discourse around the world changed profoundly in 2017, a stronger voice emerged. Global corporations operating with a common rule of law are now society’s strongest force to improve the human condition.

"This year we saw companies increasingly finding their voice. The World’s Most Ethical Companies in particular continued to show exemplary leadership,” explained Ethisphere’s CEO, Timothy Erblich.

"I congratulate everyone at Milliken for being recognised as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies."

Scores are generated in five key categories: ethics and compliance program (35 percent), corporate citizenship and responsibility (20 percent), culture of ethics (20 percent), governance (15 percent) and leadership, innovation and reputation (10 percent).

All companies that participate in the assessment process receive their scores, providing them with valuable insights into how they stack up against leading organisations.

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