Corporate social responsibility programs make businesses stronger and the world a better place. But identifying and prioritizing the issues that matter most to stakeholders at your business can be tricky. You want to make sure that you’re using your resources to make a tangible social impact—and be a more considerate employer. Evaluating your corporate social responsibility (also known as doing a materiality assessment) can help.
Our corporate social responsibility template helps you understand what matters most to your company’s stakeholders (employees, board members, customers, etc.), which types of material issues align best with your brand’s values, and which kind of corporate social responsibility program will make the most impact. The template covers material topics ranging from diversity and inclusion to environmental concerns to humanitarian aid. It covers both external programs and internal programs designed to improve the employee experience and trust in your company.
This template is detailed, so you might want to tailor it to the issues most relevant to your company. This survey will also help you isolate which strategies (policies, donations, etc.) your stakeholders think will have the strongest impact, and gives you tangible data as to what issues are material to your company, which will help facilitate your reporting and allow you to structure your corporate social responsibility program around.