CSR (corporate social responsibility) is recognised in most big corporations and public sector service organisations. It does not always filter through to the front line, where the impact of corporate activity is most directly felt. Compliance with laws and regulations is not necessarily the main concern of managers and staff who feel under pressure to perform, to keep employers and customers happy.
CSR and compliance are directly related to directors’ responsibilities and legal liabilities. ISO 26001 is the recognised international standard for CSR. It sometimes takes an impartial external assessment of your policies and practises to spot signs of weakness and possible danger from dropping standards.
We can help you to audit and assess your current corporate social responsibility policy and to identify opportunities for improvement.
CSR is not just a PR exercise to be reviewed annually. It should be part of the DNA of every organisation. It reflects mission, vision and values and makes a direct contribution to long-term success, stability and security.