Breaking Into the World of Corporate Citizenship Ratings and Rankings

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Breaking Into the World of Corporate Citizenship Ratings and Rankings

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Monday, June 15, 2015 - 1:00pm

Graduation has just passed here at Boston College, and for better or worse students are receiving their final grades for the year. For most of us, the days of receiving a report card are behind us, but that doesn’t mean that—as corporate citizenship professionals—our work is no longer evaluated and judged. The acronyms may have changed from GRE and LSAT to DJSI, CDP, GRI, etc.—but the assessments can still represent important achievements as well as reminders of where we need to work harder.

The world of corporate citizenship ratings and rankings can be just as intimidating to a novice as exams are to students, as the options and methods of submitting materials has increased exponentially over the past decade.

During the Center’s 2015 International Corporate Citizenship Conference, I had the pleasure to moderate an expert panel—comprised of Amanda Chiampi, director of citizenship and sustainability at AT&T Inc., Catherine McGlown, corporate social responsibility lead at Humana Inc., and Julia Wilson, manager of corporate social responsibility for Nielsen Cares at The Nielsen Company—that tackled the complex world of ratings and rankings. Check out some of the top tips that resulted from that session.

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