If you already understand CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility), then the next thing to consider is the effectiveness of your activities. If they’re not having as much impact as you’d hoped, you may be tempted to abandon them. And if several campaigns are under-performing, you might even be thinking of stopping CSR all together.
But wait – there’s room for optimism.
Rather than write-off the time, effort and expense you’ve invested in CSR so far, it may be better to re-visit what you’ve done and find a new angle. While you’re doing that, here’s another idea: go for a quick CSR win too – such as switching to renewable power.
Taking a fresh tack and/or applying a new measure of success may allow you to reappraise what you’re doing – and what you’re hoping to achieve – and then start hitting your targets.
Here are three companies that have managed to accomplish their CSR goals:
Using Haven Power’s renewable energy contributed to Low Costa Mill Holiday Cottages gaining its TripAdvisor Gold Eco Leader status. The firm believes this is helping to attract eco-conscious customers. Read on
Thanks to a monthly staff suggestion scheme, we saved nearly 100 tonnes of carbon in 2017 – the equivalent of 54,501.33 mᵌ, or 21.8 Olympic sized swimming pools. This not only helped engage our people, it also allowed us to gain positive press coverage and a sustainability award nomination. See our News
Haven Power supplies renewable power to Suffolk FA. The organisation is working hard to lower its carbon emissions and build its reputation for sustainability. More
If you’d like to switch to renewable power and move a step closer to your sustainability and CSR goals, fill out our quote form to get in touch:
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