LBG (London Benchmarking Group) Canada is a network of companies seeking to maximize the impact of community investment – for society and for the business. Together, LBG Canada companies set the highest standard in community investment management, performance measurement and reporting in Canada.
At BrownFlynn, our work doesn’t just exist within our four walls, nor does it only extend to our clients. We have always been, and will continue to be, an active member of our community. From volunteering to charitable donations to speaking engagements and board commitments, our employees understand the value of giving back in any way we can. In 2012, our staff collectively logged 526 hours (nearly 66 man-days) of volunteer time.
Thirty One Companies Participated in Unique Look at Global Giving
April 11, 2013 /3BL Media/ - CECP, a valued partner to leading CEOs and companies that prioritize community engagement, found through its pilot Global Guide study that leading companies around the world, sharing data on their 2011 contributions, designated 44% of their total giving to international recipients. Median overall giving for Global Guide respondents was US$39 million.
Barrick’s operations are a powerful engine of economic growth and social development in 12 countries. We make significant investments in our host communities that can be a catalyst for positive change, often contributing to a level of prosperity that would not otherwise exist. Barrick contributed $13 billion to the communities in which it operates in 2011. This figure includes good-paying jobs, revenue to governments and businesses, as well as strategic investments and partnerships to improve quality of life.
After serving as Barrick’s Chief Financial Officer for more than 13 years, Jamie Sokalsky was appointed President and CEO in June 2012. He quickly set the company on a new course that stresses disciplined capital allocation. At the same time, he has indicated Barrick remains steadfast in its commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sharing the benefits of mining with host communities. In a wide-ranging interview, Sokalsky talked about his new role and CSR at Barrick.
Highlights Include Progress Toward 2020 Environmental Sustainability Goals, Animal Welfare and Dairy Stewardship Updates, and New Web-Based Reporting Format on DeanFoods.com
DALLAS, Dec. 18, 2012 /3BL Media /PRNewswire/ - Dean Foods (NYSE: DF) today announced the release of its 2012 Corporate Responsibility Report. The report details the company's efforts to incorporate sustainable and responsible business practices that benefit the company as well as consumers, retailers, employees, communities and the environment. The company previously published reports in 2008 and 2010 and this year has moved to a web-based format to provide a greater level of detail and allow for more regular updating of its CSR reporting.