Understand your Sustainability and CSR performance – close gaps and identify improvements
What you get
A professional review of your performance using our unique maturity model
A written report, packed with intelligence and actionable insights
How it works
Step 1 – questionnaire
Step 2 – telephone interview
Step 3 – site visit
When you book and pay for your Sustainability and CSR Performance ReviewÂ for SmallÂ Businesses, you’ll be given a URL to browse to where you’ll complete an online questionnaire. We’ll then analyse the responses before conducting a short 30 minute telephone interview with you whilst we clarify the answers you’ve given us. The questionnaire covers up to thirty separate indicators, such as energy management, water conservation, supply chain, emergency planning and preparedness, crisis communications, waste reduction and recycling, and a whole lot more besides.
Next, we’ll come and visit you at your premises to validate everything you’ve told us so that when we make our final report, it’s as meaningful and representative as it can be – after all, you want a real insight into where you’re at and where you might be able to get to in the future, and so it’s important that our evaluation methodology is robust. Your site visit will last up to one fullÂ day.
The output is a written report packed fullÂ of intelligence and actionable insights that you can take away and use as the basis for future improvements, where we codify your performance as either Beginning, Improving, Succeeding or Leading.
What you can do with the valuable insightsÂ you gain
Your Sustainability and CSR Performance ReviewÂ for SmallÂ BusinessesÂ will identify any gaps that need closing right away, assigning suggested priorities for action. Moreover, you can use it as a benchmark against which to measure your long-term progress as you set about continuously improving your ESG performance – in fact, our unique maturity model is designed with that in mind.
What we mean by SmallÂ Business
We define a Small Business as a business having an annual turnover that does not exceed Â£10 million (and that typically has 10-49Â employees).