The 2018 edition of the CEEP-CSR Label is currently ongoing, with a brand new online self-assessment tool that will allow you to evaluate your own compliance with Corporate Social Responsibility (Deadline to undertake the self-assessment tool online: 25 May 2018).
The methodologies are online in multiple languages, to allow the maximum number of applicants to go through the guidelines in their preferred language (Deadline to send additional information for evaluation by the external experts: 29 June 2018).
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 enterprises voluntarily committed to CSR more than ever!
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 are concerned by socially responsible behaviour.
To apply for the CEEP-CSR Label:
Until May 25 you will be able to test your enterprise with a brand new – and completely free of charge – self-assessment tool that is available on the new CEEP CSR Label website.
After a successful self-assessment (score 70% or higher), and no later than 29 June, you are invited to apply and send your file for evaluation.
Your documents will then be evaluated by external experts and every applying enterprise will receive a tailor-made report.
The 3 most outstanding CSR practices will then be selected, amongst the enterprises that will be awarded with the Label, by an independent Awarding Committee and will be awarded “with merit” during a ceremony, with peers from all over Europe, that will be held in Stockholm, Sweden on Tuesday 11 December 2018.