Corporate Social Responsibility function is in place including reporting. HR defines where this resides in the organization
Initiatives and Strategies:
Educate and Empower Employees: The company undertakes training needs analysis and set training goals and strategies in the same way that they do for other aspects of an employee’s job. Results should be assessed and the program improved based on feedback. All employees should be trained on the broad sustainability challenges facing the company such as energy use and diversity and inclusion, as well as on the handling of specific issues they encounter in the context of their individual roles.
Recruitment and Retention: Sustainability criteria incorporated into Recruitment and Retention protocols at all levels (Ceres P5.1)
Workplace Conditions: Labor, Collective Bargaining, Working hours, Working conditions, General Code of conduct relevant to the industry (including GRI Labor Practices LA4, LA5)
Support Sustainable Employees: Companies promote sustainable lifestyle choices across their community of employees through education and innovative employee benefit options. Companies, for example, might offer socially responsible investment options on 401(k) plans, or pay for services that help improve home energy efficiency. (Ceres P5.3)
Skillbuilding: Capability building beyond basic information training and Education (GRI Labor Practices LA10-13)