What a comprehensive corporate social responsibility program includes, how these programs benefit your community, your team, and your business, and how to implement or expand a CSR program within your company.
A combination of inflation, economic worries, and tax law changes has led to a significant drop in charitable contributions from individuals. At the same time, rising costs and financial uncertainty have increased the need for help among charities and nonprofits.
Here are 15 key statistics from a trio of research studies that show the value of embracing CSR, plus three more benefits for organizations and their people.
This post is part one of a three-part series examining the implications of research done on Corporate Social Responsibility on corporations.
Employers have to think hard about retention and recruitment. Many are raising wages, but know they need to offer more than a paycheck. How does a company become an employer of choice—a place that people want to join and don’t want to leave? One answer is to emphasize corporate social responsibility (CSR).