It is critical that PR professionals talk more about ethics in order to be effective in trying to implement its values and make it a more integral part of communications.
In 2010 Toshiba America Business Solutions (TABS) created the Helping the Helpers Technology Makeover contest, which pitted nonprofits against one another to win a full-blown technology makeover.
Communicators know that building a solid corporate reputation could take years—and vanish overnight if the company slips up. That’s why it’s so important for PR pros to play long ball.
During a one-year time frame, Nipro’s goal would be to build a strategic philanthropic plan that aligned the company’s giving with its business goals and objectives; this would allow for greater buy-in for community involvement efforts.
Empowering your employees to be your CSR ambassadors will help them to develop a stronger attachment to your company while giving back to their communities and working to make your operations more sustainable.
CVS Caremark’s recent decision to stop selling tobacco products is a great example of how brands can use communications to build awareness of their CSR efforts.
The CSR Hall of Fame honors organizations that have not just made an impact over the past several years but that have launched model CSR programs that will be referred to for years to come. …
According to Ryman, if we all switched to the new font tomorrow for everything we print, we would save more than 490 million ink cartridges and 6.5 million tons of Co2 emissions every year.