International Labour Standards and Corporate Social Responsibility
Making Global Goals Local Business – Iberia
Child Labour Platform Global Meeting
Business Applicants who are eligible to join the UN Global Compact fall under the following definitions:
- Company — any legal entity engaging in business, such as a corporation or partnership, with at least 250 full-time direct employees and/or any state-owned companies
- SME (Small and Medium Enterprise) — same as a Company but with less than 250 and more than 10 full-time employees
Review the Application Guidelines for a detailed step-by-step guide to the Business Application joining process.
Prepare a Letter of Commitment addressed to the UN Secretary-General and signed by your company's highest level executive (or equivalent) committing to implement the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact, take action in support of the Sustainable Development Goals and submit an annual Communication on Progress (COP). Please find letter templates in English and nine other languages below.
Complete the Online Application Form and upload a digital copy of the Letter of Commitment signed by the highest level executive. The name of the highest level executive who signed the Letter of Commitment must correspond with the entry name in the online registration form.