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Introduction to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Webinar

May 22 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm UTC+0

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May 22
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Mars, PA 16046 United States
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Erica Jackson
(724) 934-9000 ext 636

Introduction to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Concerns from and for customers, workforce, stakeholders, communities, and governments, as well as our resources and climate, have brought about a demand for transparent and socially-responsible practices and initiatives within organizations. Companies failing to consider their impact on the planet and their people will fall behind their competition as it becomes the standard.

It is simply not enough to maintain operational efficiency in business today. Organizations have a duty to recognize and address global causes for concern. Contributing to sustainable development is the main objective of Corporate Social Responsibility. This overarching goal is recognized by a combination of social equality, healthy ecosystems, and good organizational governance.

Introduction to Corporate Social Responsibility will provide an executive-level overview of CSR (also known as ESG or Sustainability) and will touch on what you need to know to ensure your organization is not only protected from CSR risks, but positioned to take advantage of CSR-related opportunities.

This webinar will help participants understand CSR terminology, see how the various pieces fit together, and have a functional understanding of what you need to do in your organization.  We will cover:

  • What is CSR
  • The value of CSR to your business
  • The main CSR frameworks
  • How the various sustainability standards fit together
  • Steps to define your CSR strategy
  • CSR risks and opportunities
  • The latest trends in CSR
  • CSR reporting and legislation
  • The value of assurance
  • Resources to help you get started

This session is appropriate for:

  • Executives and managers responsible for Sustainability/Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Executives and managers responsible for HR, Finance, Strategy, Purchasing, and Supply Chain Management