Submitted by: GlobeScan Incorporated
Categories: Business Ethics
Posted: Jun 13, 2003 – 12:00 AM EST
Jun. 13 /CSRwire/ -
The 2003 CSR Monitor investigates a range of corporate issues including trust in companies, corporate governance, expectations of companies, communicating CSR, rating companies on CSR, ethical consumerism, socially responsible investing, and human resource issues.
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The survey reveals a number of important insights with implications for strategic planning, risk management, communications, and internal engagement.
Some topline findings from the 2003 CSR Monitor include:
We invite you to join other leading companies around the world and subscribe to the 2003 CSR Monitor research program, which includes the results of the survey in powerpoint format, as well as a high-level executive report and customized in-person briefing.
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These results are based on research conducted by Environics International’s worldwide network of research institutes. In each country, extensive face-to-face or telephone interviews were conducted with representative samples of about 1,000 citizens (for a total of 21,000). Each national poll is accurate to within ±3 percent, 19 times out of 20.
The complete country-by-country results for these and many other topics are available by subscription to the 2003 CSR Monitor research program.
Environics International is a global public opinion and stakeholder research company with research partners in over 50 countries. Established in 1987, it specializes in providing continuous tracking, insights and strategic counsel on global issues to multinational companies, national governments, multilateral agencies and non-governmental organizations.
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