CSR Online Awards 2012 – Turin


Lundquist presented the winners of the CSR Online Awards 2012 at a gala dinner held in Turin on November 8 as part of the 4th CSR Online Awards Seminar, a two-day event bringing together almost 100 people from 50 companies in a “magic city” at the foot of the Alps.

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Lundquist is looking to recruit a graphic designer interested in corporate communications, social media and sustainability with a proven track record in both digital and print design.

 

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Getting left behind? CSR communications in Switzerland undermined by low transparency

The performance of Swiss companies in the 7th edition of the CSR Online Awards is undermined by a lack of transparency, an issue that has not improved since our previous edition of the research two years ago.

 

The top of the ranking of 57 leading Swiss companies – published today in association with Bilanz magazine – remains little changed from the past. Nestlé maintains its dominance in the top spot (63.5 points), comfortably beating Roche (55.25) and Credit Suisse (52.5) into 2nd and 3rd place respectively. But the wider picture is marred by the fact that a majority of the companies we studied don’t meet basic levels of non-financial transparency on environmental, social and governance topics, either online or in formal reports.

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