When we looked at 2020 from 2019 we saw the potential to shape the three great issues of our time: climate and carbon; ageing; and health and infrastructure for growth. The coronavirus has changed our society and our way of life for the time being, but we must still answer the challenges. Legal & General’s approach, to Build Back Better, is our plan to support the creation of an inclusive recovery for our society, its economy and our environment.
29 Jun 2020
What is a corporate social responsibility report?
Our corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability reports explain how we approach our responses to social and environmental themes and challenges.
What does corporate social responsibility mean?
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) relates to the impact an organisation makes on society, the environment and the economy.
What are corporate social responsibility issues?
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) relates to the impact an organisation makes on society, the environment and the economy. Quantifying the social impact of a business can link to health and wellbeing, happiness of employees or customers or engagement with the local community.
Why do we prefer the term ‘sustainability’ to ‘corporate social responsibility’ (CSR)?
Sustainability is more wide-ranging than CSR and covers the environment as well as social impact. CSR can be seen as something companies do to offset poor business practices, whereas we build sustainability into everything we do. It’s about embedding long-term positive impact and forging productive partnerships with our local communities.