Corporate social responsibility—good and good for business.

The basic idea of corporate social responsibility (CSR) has been around for decades. However, the way businesses approach good corporate citizenship has evolved significantly in recent years. Until recently CSR efforts were largely separate from everyday businesses practices. Under the traditional model, businesses dedicated resources to specific projects as a way to give back. But these efforts weren’t seen as important to revenue or the core business.

Learn how that is changing in our white paper, Using Next-Generation Auditing to Improve Corporate Social Responsibility:

  • Understand how to define and document your CSR standards
  • Create effective benchmarks
  • Establish a program to identify and address problems quickly

 

Make CSR Work for You