So you’ve been asked to spearhead your company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities or write the first report. Now what? Dipping your toe into the sustainability waters can seem pretty daunting at first. Don’t throw the towel in just yet urges Consultant Megan Stoffer. And here’s why…
Corporate Citizenship is pleased to welcome Hitachi and LV= to the LBG network. They now join a network of more than 220 companies, who are using the LBG model and framework to effectively measure their community investment.
Fifty years ago nearly a third of US workers were union members. Today it is one in ten. Union membership is falling, largely due to right-to-work laws. These laws impact labor rights issues and ultimately influence how companies approach labor issues in their CSR. Senior Researcher Mary Ellen explores how the upcoming US Presidential Election might affect this.
In 2015, $57.5bn was spent globally on sponsorship – with approximately 70% of this spend being directed to sport. Consultant Tom Worley explores how measuring, understanding and sharing the wider impacts sports sponsorship has on society is a real opportunity.
In the wake of The Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) officially releasing its Sustainability Reporting Guide and Rule for all SGX-listed companies, new research from Corporate Citizenship reveals that just 13% of the largest 100 Singapore-listed companies are fully compliant with the new ruling – a majority of companies now have a significant reporting mountain to climb.
Corporate Citizenship’s Singapore team were in full-force at Unilever’s Four Acres Campus last month, as co-organizers of an inaugural business forum alongside Global Compact Network Singapore and Unilever. The team led conversations centred on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and were joined by more than 80 business leaders and sustainability practitioners as they discussed the role of businesses in achieving the SDGs.
The Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) sustainability reporting guidelines are finally out. Things are going to change for business over the coming years, perhaps quite dramatically. But what do the rules and guidance mean for companies? Jessica Wettstein, a Consultant for Corporate Citizenship in Southeast Asia explores.