I’ve seen one! Addleshaw Goddard have a blog maintained by their CSR manager, and contributed to by one of their recruitment team who is working on a community project. Recruitment blogs are increasingly available, usually written by new recruits to explain to potential recruits what the first year or so will be like – but this is the first CSR blog I’ve noticed.
This site has a CSR quiz, to help you assess the weight your company places on each of the four main quadrants of CSR (environment, marketplace, people, community), and then – very interestingly – stacks this up against the responses provided by others.
I imagine this quiz is just for fun, but it would be fascinating to see the results of a slightly more detailed survey – one which asked the size and industry of the company the quiz-taker worked in, the seniority, gender and age of the quiz-taker, and perhaps even their role within the company – no doubt someone working within HR has a different view to someone working in the field, for instance.
And perhaps even more revealing would be the same survey taken by outsiders with respect to each company – a 360 degree assessment. Addleshaw Goddard appears so forward-thinking in their take on CSR, that perhaps they would come up with just such an assessment for themselves …
The Addleshaw Goddard site also hosts a TimeTrade service, allowing people to commit to voluntary work for projects supported by Addleshaw Goddard.
If you’re interested in CSR, this is a site worth visiting.
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