Responsible Consumer Relations
Every company providing goods or services to consumers or clients have responsibility towards them. Responsible relations with the consumers is an important component of any company’s corporate social responsibility.
Consumer rights protection and respect is regulated by legislations of many countries, and any responsible company has a primary obligation to strictly comply with the national legislation requirements.
In addition, there have been developed numerous non-obligatory self-regulating instruments and sectoral or international standards that define basic consumers’ rights and company’s responsibilities towards consumers.
One of the most important documents in this field is the UN Guidelines for Consumer Protection, formulating internationally recognized consumer rights, as well as the principles of sustainable consumption and responsible consumer relations.
According to the main international standards, the company’s responsibility to its consumers encompasses the following main principles:
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