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Profile of the Practice 2013

An exploration of how corporate citizenship is managed in today’s business world, and how these practices have evolved to best address social and environmental issues while delivering business value.`

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Community Involvement Technology Vendor Report 2016

This report collects and presents information from 16 community involvement technology applications so you can select a tool to help you manage grant making, employee giving, matching gifts, and volunteering more efficiently.

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2001 Community Relations Index

This report, based on a survey of participants from 2000 Center executive education programs, provides a snapshot of current issues and practices in corporate citizenship and tracks trends in the field.

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2002 Community Involvement Index

This report, based on a survey of participants in 2001 Center executive education programs, provides a snapshot of current issues and practices in corporate citizenship and tracks trends in the field.

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State of Corporate Citizenship: 2003-2004

This first ever survey of the state of corporate citizenship in the United States revealed how 515 executives representing a broad mix of companies of various size and industry regard corporate citizenship and integrate it into their businesses.

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State of Corporate Citizenship in the U.S.: Business Perspectives in 2005

What do U.S. businesses actually make of corporate citizenship? The attitudes and expectations of nearly 1200 small, medium and large businesses are unveiled in the results of the 2005 State of Corporate Citizenship survey. Culling information directly from today’s business leaders, this report provides the most comprehensive look at the private sector’s perceptions about its own role in society. This second in a biennial series delves into the corporate citizenship motivations, challenges, priorities and investments of 1,189 small, medium, and large businesses across the U.S. Responses representing a breadth of industry sectors and geographic regions provide a unique insight into the state of corporate citizenship from a national perspective.

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2005 Community Involvement Index

What are the top social issues about which companies are concerned? Is management support for community involvement going up or down? What about budgets? These answers and more are in the 2005 Community Involvement Index, the latest in a series of annual snapshots of issues and trends, including contribution allocations, management support, budgets and staffing.

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Profile of the Profession 2006: Community Involvement in Transition

A survey of community involvement and corporate citizenship professionals that provides information on salaries and benefits, job responsibilities, and corporate structures. The 2006 Profile of the Profession documents the development of the corporate community involvement field, as well as the movement in many companies toward a broader based corporate citizenship.

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State of Corporate Citizenship 2007: Time to Get Real:Closing the Gap Between Rhetoric and Reality

What do U.S. businesses actually make of corporate citizenship? The attitudes and expectations of senior executives from 751 small, medium, and large companies across the United States are unveiled in the results of the 2007 State of Corporate Citizenship survey. Culling information directly from today’s business leaders, this report provides the most comprehensive look at the private sector’s perceptions about its own role in society.

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Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Communications: Who's Listening? Who's Leading? What Matters Most?

This report assesses trends and best practices in corporate responsibility-focused communications, as well as the effectiveness of newer communications efforts. Key findings address the role of transparency as an indicator of responsible business practices, the expectation for companies to lead on key global health and social issues, and the importance of investors and employees (current and prospective) as key audiences.

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Corporate Citizenship Around the World

An analysis of the differences and similarities in the field of corporate citizenship across nine nations authored by members of the Global Education and Research Network.

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Perception of Corporate Responsibility Linked to Reputation

A ranking of the top 50 companies in the United States that the public distinguishes for corporate social responsibility. The ranking was created using data principally collected for Reputation Institute’s 2008 Global Pulse Study. In creating this first CSRI, the researchers used a subset of survey results that focused on more than 200 companies with a dominant presence in the United States and believed to have a reasonably high recognition factor with the general public. The data used focused on the public perception about a company’s corporate citizenship, governance and workplace practices.

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