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C S R First World Report

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  • 1. First World Report on CSR Main Conclusions
  • 2.
    • CSR is not improving over time surprisingly
    • CSR is still viewed as essentially philanthropy
    • Only 27% of companies produced a social report
    • Cos that had a code of ethics did better than those without and yet produced a social report
    • Only 35% of cos had a suppliers code of conduct
    • Only 41% of cos applied an environmental code
    • 71% of the cos supported their community in some way
    • 72% of cos felt that their products were socially responsible
  • 3.
    • It cannot be assumed that all cos in highly corrupt countries are low on CSR
    • Small cos (10 to 50 members) have a worse record on CSR than other size cos. Training of ethics more in larger cos.
    • Cos. With specific ethics programme had a much higher CSR score than those without
    • Highest CSR score in telecom cos.
    • Lowest CSR score in service cos.
    • Few cos have a manager responsible for CSR initiatives
    • 60% of cos in the energy sector do not have a CSR manager
  • 4.
    • 90% of companies stated that they were active in ensuring social responsibility in the use of their products.
    • 55% of cos had a human rights policy
    • Cos that paid better wages had a better score on CSR initiatives.
    • CRITICS