Will responding to 200 questionnaires per year get your company a good sustainability rating?
Large companies get asked for sustainability information from hundreds of different groups. Wall Street research houses, mutual fund groups, “engagement-oriented” investors, stock exchanges, government regulators, not-for-profit groups, community organizations, consumer researchers, major customers (via supply chain questionnaires), activists, and academics each ask for data. These groups do not harmonize their requests, use common definitions for the terms they use, or work on the same schedule.
Join CSRHub Co-founder and CEO, Bahar Gidwani and notable CSR leaders for the next CRA-sponsored webinar event as they discuss the following issues:
- Does not responding to some or all of the questions asked, affect how a company is perceived?
- Which groups should a company respond to and which can it safely ignore?
- How can a company get maximum value out of the ratings and input it receives from those to whom it chooses to report?
Bahar Gidwani, Co-founder and CEO, CSRHub
Niki King, Senior Manager CSR Program Office, Campbell Soup Company
Maia Kutner, Director, Technical Reporting, CDP
Benoit Terpereau, Product Manager, Enablon/Wizness
How to Cope With Survey Fatigue?
Wednesday, September 10, 2014 | 12:00PM - 1:00PM EDT
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CSRHub provides access to corporate social responsibility and sustainability ratings and information on 8,900+ companies from 135 industries in 102 countries. By aggregating and normalizing the information from 325 data sources, CSRHub has created a broad, consistent rating system and a searchable database that links millions of rating elements back to their source. Managers, researchers and activists use CSRHub to benchmark company performance, learn how stakeholders evaluate company CSR practices and seek ways to change the world.