GraduatePlanet CIC's Corporate Social Responsibility
Why CSR Matters

In the past decade, we’ve witnessed a stunning transition as Corporate Social Responsibility evolved from a nice-to-have to a fundamental strategic priority for businesses large and small.

 

More recently, we’ve watched as companies went beyond their own walls, using their influence to advocate for global solutions around issues such as climate change, education, poverty, and equal human rights.

 

Fundamentally, CSR matters because we have a responsibility to address social and environmental issues and look after the planet we are standing on.

 

It is important to recognise how important social responsibility has become to today's socially conscious customers and employees. Regardless of size, businesses have a large carbon footprint. Any steps they can take to reduce those footprints are considered both good for the company and society as a whole.

Moving Forward

As we move forward, it's expected that companies won’t just uphold their commitments to sustainability, but they will also be at the forefront of global progress like never before. 

 

With millennials now holding buying power majority, the face of consumerism has changed completely. This new wave of buyers is demanding transparency, and when given the choice, will almost always choose a brand or product tied to a socially conscious cause rather than a corporate big name brand.

Undertaking socially responsible initiatives is truly a win-win situation. Not only will your company appeal to socially conscious consumers and employees, but you'll also be making a real difference to the world.

CSR is now at the forefront of modern-day business practices
Here at Graduate Planet, we are also committed to managing our business in a way that has a positive impact on society

We carry out a number of activities to contribute to the community including:

  • Reinvesting our profits to environmental sustainability projects and organisations to reduce climate change.

  • Actively supporting and assisting disadvantaged groups in long-term careers. 

  • Offering periodic free training to groups and clients on career development.

  • Providing voluntary careers advice and environmental education programmes in schools.

  • Optimising our energy use to ensure efficiency.