Before you use this tool, you may want to read the further analysis presented here.
The general public now expects companies to not only make good products and provide good services but also be good neighbours and generally socially responsible. And many companies are increasingly recognizing that effective management of environmental and social risks can improve the bottom line by optimizing operations and making them more competitive. So they’re adopting corporate social responsibility (CSR) frameworks.
HOW TO USE THE TOOL
Canadian Business for Social Responsibility created a white paper, CSR Governance Guidelines (Guidelines), to help companies effectively manage environmental and social risks and opportunities. Use this checklist from the guidelines to identify gaps in current CSR performance and prioritize actions.