In today’s changing business environment, companies must adapt to a variety of needs and challenges in social, environmental, and ethical areas.
These emerge from the stakeholders with which they interact, such as customers, employees, consumers, ESG investors, regulators, the third sector, vendors, and the public at large.
How you respond to these challenges will affect your company’s growth, reputation, business differentiation, and employer branding.
How can you do it? There are five basic principles you should follow to support your first steps in defining and consolidating a CSR strategy and turning it into reality
Company Purpose | North star (authenticity, relevance, and priorities) | CSR baseline standards | The strategy | CSR Action- doing, telling and measuring
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