ACOEM Member Price: $45.00
Non-Member Price: $60.00
Emily Senay, MD, MPH
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
NEW YORK, NY
Nothing to disclose
Corporate America is increasingly embracing corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices to carry out the day-to-day activities of the business enterprise. Social responsibility is a broad term, but generally refers to activities undertaken to reduce or mitigate corporate impacts on environmental measures (waste, water, GHG emissions, and pollution) and on social impacts such as workforce well-being, diversity and equality practices, labor and management relations, human rights, and effects on local communities throughout the supply chain. This session will introduce the concept, components, and drivers of corporate social responsibility (environmental, social, and governance [ESG]); provide historical context for its rise and current importance within the business world; define key stakeholders (corporate leadership, shareholders, national and international governments, communities, activists and advocates, and consumers); describe the importance of reporting systems and third party verification of CSR activities; and provide an overview of the impact of CSR on OEM.
1. Understand and define corporate social responsibility.
2. Identify the role of OEM in workforce well-being as a key component of CSR.
3. Cite three examples of workforce programs that have demonstrated improved worker well-being.
Earn up to 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and/or ABPM LLSA Credits.
This activity expires April 30, 2022.