Do you want to apply for the CEEP-CSR Label?
Do you want to know what Corporate Social Responsibility means and if your company acts in this way?
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an approach to sustainable development, whereby companies integrate economic, social and environmental concerns into their culture, strategy and actions, and the interaction with their stakeholders, on a voluntary basis, beyond the legal rules. In the context of the crisis, we need more than ever enterprises voluntarily committed to CSR.
The following dimensions build a framework for socially responsible behaviour of enterprises providing services of general interest: customers, staff (employees and managers), economic stakeholders (subcontractors, suppliers, partners and competitors), public authorities and other stakeholders (local & consumer associations etc.), and environment as an ecosystem are concerned by socially responsible behaviour.
You can test your enterprise with the following self-assesment tool. Examine the degree of Corporate Social Responsibility of your enterprise and find out what are the deficits in comparison to other enterprises.
To apply for the CEEP-CSR Label you need:
1- To take this self-assessment tool;
2- After a successful self-assessment (score 70% or higher), you are invited to apply and send your file for evaluation;
3- After evaluation by external experts every applying enterprise will receive a tailor-made report. Enterprises will be selected by an independent jury and will be awarded during a ceremony with peers from all over Europe.
The time effort to complete this self-assessment tool is about 30 minutes.
Select one of the following languages to start the self-assessment test:
*PLEASE NOTE* The deadline to take the online self-assessment tool of the CEEP-CSR label is 16 of April 2016.
The deadline to send further information for the external experts: 30 May 2016
The following document describes the awarding procedure and assessment methodology: CEEP-CSR Label Modus operandi – EN – DE – FR