Corporate Social Responsibility (GRI reports / ISO 26000 / SGE 21 / SA 8000) Corporate Social...

Corporate Social Responsibility (GRI reports / ISO 26000 / SGE 21 / SA 8000)


Corporate Social Responsibility (GRI reports / ISO 26000 / SGE 21 / SA 8000)
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To what end?

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a bonus for organisations that want to demonstrate their business ethics and commitment to society. It makes financial matters, good governance and environmental and social concerns an integral part of the management system, and as such CSR is a wise strategy for improving a company’s management approach as well as its reputation in the eyes of customers and stakeholders.

What does it involve?

Corporate social responsibility is not just about complying with laws and rules: it means making an active, voluntary contribution to the improvement of society, the economy and the environment. After analysing a company, we design a programme that makes social responsibility an integral part of the organisation’s overall strategy, and once it has been duly implemented, the progress made in this area is confirmed by achieving certification. Another option is to prepare and publish sustainability reports or corporate social responsibility reports, an exercise in accountability that increases the organisation’s transparency and social prestige.

References

Clínica Plató, Serveis de Salut Integrats del Baix Empordà.