Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

 

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
 
Private and public organizations are increasingly concerned with achieving and demonstrating social responsibility in connection with their activities, products and services.

One reason is an increasing degree of attention from their various stakeholders - including customers, consumers, employees, unions, investors and the public at large.
It follows an obligation to make decisions based on a better understanding of society's expectations.

 

 

  

Content and value creation


 CSR is about:

  • Good management
  • Human rights
  • Working conditions
  • Environmental issues
  • Business ethics
  • Consumer relations
  • Local community development and involvement

 
The value of integrated CSR:

  • Making decisions based on a better understanding of the expectations of society
  • Improve the organization's risk management
  • Improve reputation and achieve greater public confidence
  • Strengthen relationships with its stakeholders and prevent or mitigate potential conflicts about its activities and products
  • Improve employee health and safety and enhance the ability to recruit, motivate and retain employees
  • Achieve cost savings through increased productivity and resource efficiency, lower water and energy consumption, less waste, recovery of valuable by-products and increased availability of raw materials
  • Gain a competitive advantage by providing access to new markets and new opportunities for innovation
  • Strengthen the ability to demonstrate performance against social responsibility

Services

 

  • Mapping of current status.
  • Determination of the overall objectives and policies.
  • GAB analysis. Where do you stand in relation to the target (eg. DS / ISO 26000)
  • Planning, development and implementation of CSR in your management system.
  • Establishing communication Tools. Visible and simple communication to management, employees and stakeholders.
  • Planning and conducting internal audits.
  • Lead you to certification by accredited certification body.