Global communications consultancy Weber Shandwick has published its 2015 Corporate Citizenship Report.
It charts the work Weber Shandwick is undertaking in partnership with its corporate, foundation, non-profit and pro bono clients.
The 2015 Corporate Citizenship Report showcases the “ethos of responsible citizenship” in all the company’s global offices and across all practices of the WS business. In partnership with its clients, its delivering impactful work at scale, including more than 150 assignments mapped to all 17 of the UN Global Goals.
More than 15,000 hours were dedicated to pro bono initiatives in 2015 alone, the report reveals. Weber Shandwick broadened its 140-person Diversity & Inclusion council and increased its efforts in encouraging individual employee volunteerism in local communities, the report says.
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