6 Tips for Navigating the World of Ratings and Rankings
The world of corporate citizenship ratings and rankings can be intimidating. The options and methods of submitting materials have increased exponentially over the past decade.
The good news is that companies derive benefits from the disclosure process—it can highlight corporate culture, inform strategy, establish accountability, provide transparency, stimulate dialogue with stakeholders, and engage employees.
One of our expert panels tackled this topic during the Center’s 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference. Read their six tips for navigating the complex world of ratings and rankings.
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- The goal of leading frameworks including CDP, GRI, SASB, and UNGC.
- How leading companies use standards such as ISO 14000/26000 and AA1000.
- Corporate citizenship rankings and ratings such as World’s Most Ethical Companies, Most Admired, and Top 50 Companies for Diversity.
- The role third-party assessment organizations play in informing others about your company’s sustainability performance and how you can help to manage this process.
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