How non-financial performance reporting can build investor confidence
By John DeRose
In the last three years, there has been an expanding role of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors in the decision-making of investors worldwide, according to Ernst & Young’s third Tomorrow’s Investment rules survey. At the crux of this year’s discussion was a simple question: “Is investor appetite for more integrated, predictable and strategic ESG disclosure being met by businesses?”
By Heidi DuBois, Global Head of Corporate Social Responsibility & Social Investing
Today’s workforce is full of employees who expect to make a difference through their daily work. They want to work for inclusive, diverse and collaborative companies that value their contributions and help them to create positive change in the world. It’s one reason so many organizations today are implementing dedicated CSR programs to manage their most important societal impacts.
By Monique R. Herena, Chief Human Resources Officer and Senior Executive Vice President, Marketing & Corporate Affairs
As the Investments Company for the World, BNY Mellon is privileged to serve exceptional clients, many of whom are the world’s leading investors. We help investors pursue their personal goals and financial dreams and we help drive growth and prosperity around the world.
Timothy J. Mohin is the Chief Executive of GRI, developer of the world’s most widely used sustainability reporting standards. A veteran in the field of corporate sustainability reporting, prior to his appointment as Chief Executive, Tim was Senior Director of Corporate Responsibility for Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). He is also a former Chairman of the Board for the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC) and former member of the Conflict Free Sourcing Initiative’s steering committee. Previously, Tim founded and led Apple’s Supplier Responsibility program.
Alliance Data’s 2016 Corporate Responsibility Highlights is an exhibition of the company’s strong commitment to operating responsibly. Our four pillars – data, people, community and environment – guide us in how we make ethical decisions in our business. Here are some of our notable accolades:
by Marillyn Hewson, Chairman, President and CEO, Lockheed Martin
It's no secret that the world faces a variety of significant development challenges.
Nations are grappling with unpredictable geopolitical threats, regional instability, and the pace of technological change. All around the world, there is also a shared concern for the environment and an ongoing dialogue about how the world can reduce carbon emissions efficiently and effectively.
At Lockheed Martin, our scientists and engineers are working on all these challenges. And for every one of them, we strive to approach each with a strong science and engineering mindset.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., June 2, 2017 /3BL Media/– CSX Corporation (Nasdaq: CSX) has released its seventh annual Corporate Social Responsibility Report, titled “Moving Forward.” The report documents CSX’s commitment to responsibility and its 2016 performance across environmental, social, and governance topics. CSX’s responsible business practices center around creating value for our customers, increasing shareholder returns, improving the environment and enhancing the communities in which we operate.
Weatherford has built its reputation as an organization that requires ethical business practices and high levels of integrity in all of our business transactions.
Central to our corporate sustainability journey, Weatherford has created efficient, healthy, resilient, and transparent supply chains where we aim to work only with suppliers that share our values and commitment to ethical business practices.