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Corporate Citizenship: Sustainability, Simplified. We are a global corporate responsibility consultancy that uses clear insights and a simplified approach to sustainability to deliver growth and long-term value for business and society. We believe in the power of good actions.
Corporate Citizenship’s range of corporate responsibility services is designed to meet the evolving requirements of global business and deliver consistent returns on sustainability investment.
We use our corporate responsibility expertise to demystify increasingly complex choices in sustainability reporting.
From assessing your position to ambitious, game-changing growth strategies and inclusive business models; we work with you to generate clear, actionable insights and plans.
Corporate Citizenship works with clients to provide independent verification of non-financial systems, performance and reporting.
Our research insights and Futures programme will help you understand, anticipate and respond to the changing corporate responsibility landscape.
We make engagement simple, tailoring an approach to your needs and ensuring the right messages reach your different stakeholder audiences.
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Our approach to corporate responsibility consultancy will help to define your communities and how they can support your strategy.
We advise and support our clients on all aspects of environmental sustainability, including carbon, water, supply chain standards and environmental management systems.
We believe in showing the real difference made by good corporate citizenship, including our pioneering work reporting positive economic impacts.
Pioneered by Corporate Citizenship, the LBG measurement model provides a robust global standard for measuring and reporting on corporate community investment.
We help companies to develop more socially responsible and sustainable supply chains by identifying and addressing key risks and opportunities, and engaging with important stakeholders.
27 Aug 2014 |
Assuming you have already overcome the biggest hurdle in your twenties – deciding what to do with your life – you are now probably struggling to find an entry-level job, together with 40% of all other graduates that are still job hunting six months after graduation. If you have discovered your passion lies in CSR, CR, corporate sustainability, business ethics, or any other term you prefer to use, the job search can be particularly challenging.