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How we expect leaders to communicate in crisis

Chief executives from our member companies have led on communicating genuine public statem...

The Corporate Citizen: Issue 33

ADAPTABILITY - Our recent challenges have provided ample opportunity to rethink how we wan...

The Corner Office: Crisis Response Edition

THE CORPORATE CITIZEN | SUMMER 2020: How chief executives have led on communicating genuin...

Responding to Crises: Agile Corporate Citizenship

WEBINAR: How companies have met the 2020 challenge and how these experiences will shape co...

Communicating Corporate Citizenship to Employees

Clear internal communication is a foundational component of delivering on the business val...

In times of economic instability, strong corporate citizenship helps mitigate risk and positively impacts stock performance

RESEARCH BRIEF - Stronger corporate social performance helps reduce risk and is linked to ...

Senate passes Coronavirus Response Act

REGULATORY RADAR - On March 18, the U.S. Senate passed, and President Trump signed, the Fa...

Federal Reserve to support short-term business funding

REGULATORY RADAR - On March 17, 2020, the Federal Reserve announced that it is establishin...

Companies with a strong corporate citizenship reputation may avoid brand damage during crisis

RESEARCH BRIEF - When consumers perceive a company facing a reputational crisis to be acti...

Corporate apologies are more effective when made by an individual

RESEARCH BRIEF - When faced with a corporate reputational crisis, consumers are more likel...

California bans insurers from dropping fire coverage

REGULATORY RADAR - The California Insurance Commission issued a one-year ban on insurers c...

Boycotting consumers hold companies responsible for negative events, not themselves

RESEARCH BRIEF - Consumers hold companies accountable negative events and disasters, inclu...