What’s Next for the Workplace Giving & CSR Landscape
Benevity sees plenty of changes on the horizon when it comes to how companies give back and their employees make a difference in 2014: changes in how technology vendors will allow for needed changes in the landscape; how companies will align and integrate their social good programs; how Community Investment will make the business case for giving back, and more. We’ve put together an inforgraphic showing the landscape shifts and new directions we expect will unfold during 2014.
By Sheryl Lawry, Consultant, DNV GL – Business Assurance
As a leader in verification services since 2008 and among the top six leaders in the sustainability assurance market globally 1, at DNV GL we often receive questions from our clients during the verification process. Typically, there are long discussions around reporting on Scope 3 (supply chain and indirect product emissions), how many categories should they report on, and what is really required to be reported?
Sodexo’s report provides a detailed glimpse into the “always-on” workplace of tomorrow, offering solutions on how to get employees engaged, healthy and productive
Gaithersburg, Md., January 24, 2014 /3BL Media/ — With 54 percent of our waking hours spent at work, the employee of the future will expect to spend more time enjoying a series of memorable events and interactions that are company-initiated, according to the 2014 Workplace Trends Report, released today by Sodexo. Now in its third year, the report examines key trends and solutions linked to higher employee retention, engagement and increased productivity in more efficient, intelligent buildings.
New Questions will Assess State of Societal Impact Measurement and Employee Engagement
NEW YORK, Jan. 23, 2013 /3BL Media/ - The source for the most comprehensive look at corporate giving trends year to year, CECP in association with The Conference Board, opens its 13th annual Corporate Giving Standard (CGS) survey of Fortune 500 companies, with the analysis of the data shared in May.
Courtney Murphy, Carmen Perez, Michael Stroik and Alison Vultaggio
CECP's Strategic Engagement and Measurement Teams
December 23, 2013--As we look towards 2014, CECP predicts what the New Year will bring, based on insights from our conversations in 2013 with more than 200 decision-makers in corporate citizenship and philanthropy from CECP’s community of leading companies. Here are five of our predictions:
From the massive Bangladesh fire and factory collapse, to the horse meat scandal and ongoing international natural disasters, 2013 was a year of new issues, challenges and opportunities within CSR. Companies and consumers alike were bold, even brazen, in their approaches to accelerating positive change. This year was marked by continued digital innovation, audacious goals, new industry support and unexpected partnerships that will continue to evolve in 2014.
Here at Cone Communications, we spend the entire year tracking emerging CSR issues and trends. From buildings made out of 100 percent recycled materials to $150,000 fantasy gifts for a cause, companies were bold, even brazen, in their approaches to accelerating positive change in 2013.
ATLANTA, Sept. 16, 2013 /3BL Media/ – UPS (NYSE:UPS) has once again been recognized for its leadership in the areas of sustainability and technology.
For the third year in a row, UPS secured a top position on the CDP’s global Climate Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI). UPS ranked in the top five percent of companies measured, with a score of 99 out of 100. The CDP, formerly known as the Carbon Disclosure Project, works with its shareholders, customers and governments to measure and disclose environmental information. UPS has been recognized for this achievement since 2008.