Tip Sheet: Short & Sweet: Simplifying the CSR Report


By Sharon Linhart Developing an excellent corporate social responsibility (CSR) report may be easier than attempting to develop an excellent definition for CSR. Today, the term CSR is used synonymously with terms such as corporate citizenship, the triple bottom line, sustainable development and corporate ethics. The lack of consistent definitions, rhetoric and reporting practices in the realm of CSR makes it a subject that can conjure up feelings of uncertainty for corporate communications pros, especially when it comes to reporting on CSR initiatives. Amid the confusion, executives often overlook the fact that the trick to developing a distinguished CSR report is keeping it simple. *Don't over-report it.

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