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For a third year in a row, Framework has been certified as a great workplace by the independent analysts at Great Place to Work® (GPTW). GPTW is a global authority on high-performance workplace cultures and uses proprietary assessments to recognize outstanding workplaces. Framework earned this credential through ratings provided by our employees in anonymous surveys.

According to the assessment, 93 percent of Framework employees say they are proud to tell others they work at Framework. A summary of Framework’s full ratings can be found here >.

About Great Place to Work®
Great Place to Work® is the global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures. Through proprietary assessment tools, advisory services, and certification programs, including Best Workplaces lists and workplace reviews, Great Place to Work® provides the benchmarks, framework, and expertise needed to create, sustain, and recognize outstanding workplace… More >

In May 2018, Jabil launched its fifth annual  Social and Environmental Responsibility (SER) Report – presented for the first time this year in an easily accessible, digital format. In moving their report out of a PDF and onto the web, Jabil took advantage of the opportunity to add new interactive elements that better support the disclosure of key issues.

For example, to visually summarize Jabil’s labor agency management program in Asia, the SER Report includes an animated infographic that illustrates the complex process of hiring 30,000+ workers in as little as 30 days. The graphic also highlights the risk management steps Jabil is taking to ensure fair pay and benefits for all workers.

To highlight the launch of the company’s new web-based safety app, the SER Report includes an animated simulation of how the app is used and why it is effective. This window… More >

After spending months collecting data and drafting your latest sustainability report, you’re ready to celebrate its completion and move on to other important projects. But before you do, make sure you’re maximizing its value for engaging and educating key stakeholders, instead of letting it gather dust on your website. Whether you call it your CSR, sustainability, ESG, or corporate responsibility report, we want you to get a bigger return on the time and resources invested in the process.

The key is to think about the stakeholders you defined as important at the outset of the reporting process and decide what data and stories are most relevant to each—and what channels are most effective for reaching them.

In our latest infographic, we share seven ideas to help you get started. Click the image below to download as a PDF.