A Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program is crucial in running a business.
Businesses are becoming more interested in purpose-driven cultures that can bring their employees and customers into social impact.
Not only is bringing people together important, but practicing CSR also improves communities, the economy, and the environment.
Sustainability strategy is a big factor in where today’s top talent is looking to work.
Four types of CSR efforts are: charity work, environmental work, ethical labor practices and volunteer projects.
Charity work is simple, giving back to a charity through your company. There are many ways this can be done, including setting up a challenge in the workplace.
Volunteer projects are easy to implement in the workplace. Giving paid time to volunteer or a certain amount of time per month to go volunteer is a great workplace idea.
Ethical labor practices must be done. Meeting minimum employment standards is an essential foundation for being considered an ethical employer.
In today’s socially conscious environment, customers place a premium on working for and spending their money on businesses that prioritize CSR.
You shouldn’t wait until investors ask you to provide social impact data.
You should definitely get ahead of current trends by sharing ESG scores, sustainability reports and CSR metrics!