Corporate Responsibility Award of the Year
Award Nomination Criteria
Typical Nominees: The nomination will normally be the whole organisation. The goal of Corporate Responsibility is to embrace responsibility for a company’s actions and encourage a positive impact through its activities on the environment, consumers, employees and communities within which they operate or have an impact. The Corporate Responsibility Award recognises those organisations and their associated partners who have implemented a highly successful and impactful CR campaign to date. The award also recognises the effective communication surrounding the CR approach and what employee engagement benefits have been realised by the organisation through its CR policy. Judges will be looking for organisations to match the rhetoric with real world practice that makes a positive impact. The Judges would expect to see evidence of commitment to the UN Sustainable Development Goals or Scotland’s Fair Work agenda or as an accredited Living Wage Employer.
Please provide a summary of your category nomination in no more than 500 words.
Supporting Evidence (essential):
- Evidence to support that the corporate responsibility strategy has full stakeholder engagement
- Evidence demonstrating the organisation’s commitment to social inclusion
- Evidence to show that the organisation continues to uphold its true values and ethics in line with employee, customer and shareholder expectations
- Evidence of impact on the communities served
- Evidence of the impact on the business bottom line
SSE’s vision is to be a leading energy provider in a low-carbon world. Core to SSE’s business is a responsible and inclusive approach to employment and progression, underpinned by the understanding that SSE’s workforce is what enables its success and ability to create value. SSE directly employs around 20,000 people across the UK and Ireland and supports tens of thousands more through its supply chain operations. SSE invests millions of pounds each year in developing and training its workforce, and employs hundreds of people through its pipeline programmes. Working with inclusion experts Equal Approach, SSE is also continuing to implement its Inclusion Strategy for a more inclusive and diverse SSE. SSE was the first FTSE company to publish its gender pay gap, has been a committed Living Wage accredited employer since 2013, and remains the only FTSE100 company with the Fair Tax Mark, an independent verification that SSE pays the right amount of tax, in the right place, at the right time.
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