INSIGHTS FROM 1,000+ PROFESSIONALS
Skillsoft’s first annual CSR survey asked professionals in a variety of industries and job functions to share how their organizations are approaching CSR. Our goal is to help benchmark our collective progress in corporate social responsibility so we can all have a more informed picture of the CSR landscape moving forward. Look at what we learned.
CSR EFFORTS HAVE GROWN SINCE PRE-PANDEMIC
More than 72% of respondents reported that CSR has become more important since before the pandemic.
TRAINING IS FOUNDATIONAL TO ENGAGEMENT
Forty-two percent of respondents say that offering training opportunities is the best way to engage employees in CSR efforts.
ORGANIZATIONS ARE MOVING TO ESG
Forty-six percent of survey respondents say their ESG efforts are replacing their CSR efforts.
CSR PRIORITIES ARE INFLUENCED BY "DOING GOOD"
Forty percent of survey respondents cite a commitment to “doing the right thing” as a primary driver of their CSR efforts.
WHAT IS CSR ALL ABOUT?
The phrase “Corporate Social Responsibility” (CSR) has emerged as a way to describe how organizations demonstrate accountability to society through economic, social, and environmental efforts. While it's certainly not a new concept, today's CSR looks quite different from the optional altruism of the past. See how.
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HOW DO CSR AND ESG INITIATIVES COMPARE? CAN THEY COEXIST?
Many companies have only recently established Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs, yet they now face expectations to have measurable Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) commitments and related reporting. Learn how your organization can bring measurability to social and environmental initiatives.
DOWNLOAD THE 2022 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AT WORK REPORT
This year, 1,067 professionals across the world participated in the survey, lending their time to share valuable insights into:
- The Current State of CSR
- Defining CSR Priorities
- Who “Owns” CSR?
- Reporting on CSR Efforts
- Measuring CSR Success
- Where Does CSR Stop and ESG Begin?
- What’s Next? Opportunities for Improvement