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Cecily Joseph, VP of Corporate Responsibility at Symantec, spoke to TriplePundit last week about the company’s 2017 Corporate Responsibility report. As the article states, Joseph has led Symantec and the reporting community at large, “using quality sustainability reporting standards to drive sustainability programming now for 10 years running.” Framework has been proud to support Symantec on this journey every step of the way.

Featuring Joseph’s tips and highlights on best practices in reporting, the article makes for important reading for all CR professionals. We congratulate Symantec on this substantial milestone.

Read “Symantec’s Cecily Joseph Shares Lessons Learned from a Decade of CSR Reporting” in TriplePundit, Oct 24th 2017.

MetLife issued its 2016 Corporate Responsibility Report, outlining progress made in during the year toward “Global Impact.”

The report discusses MetLife’s commitment to investing in communities, including growing its portfolio of impact investments—such as renewable energy, affordable housing, infrastructure, and municipal bonds—to more than $36 billion.

Other achievements include:

Obtaining listing on the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index (DJSI) for the first time
Winning a Climate Leadership Award from the US Environmental Protection Agency for excellence in greenhouse gas management (goal setting)
Several accolades for diversity efforts in its workforce, including having one of the most diverse boards of any company in the Fortune 500.

In addition, this year’s report is the first accounting of progress toward a set of Global Impact Goals set in 2015 relating to interactions with employees, customers, suppliers, communities, and the environment. MetLife plans to report on this progress every year.

Framework LLC developed the report and guided… More >

Framework joins over 8,000 companies in supporting the UN Global Compact and its mission to use business as a force for good.

As a participant in the UN Global Compact, Framework commits to adopting and operating under the UN Global Compact’s Ten Principles, which cover human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption. These principles advise Framework’s strategy, culture, and day-to-day operations, as well as provide guidance on collaborative projects.

To document progress and remain accountable to this commitment, Framework reports annually on work toward supporting the principles and society at large. Below please view our 2017 Communication on Progress.

 

 
 

Joining the UN Global Compact expands on Framework’s public support of the initiative since 2008, and Framework’s role as strategic counsel and programming support to the U.S. Local Network of the Global Compact since 2012.

Framework is proud and deeply honored to help advance the implementation… More >