Principles of the Corporate Social Responsibility Plan
Beginning in 2015-2016, the ISC will implement a three-year plan with specific measures to illustrate the ISC’s commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility. This is a public Plan which will be posted to the organization’s corporate website, and will be reported on annually at the summer (June) Board of Director’s meeting.
The Corporate Social Responsibility plan is based on three principals:
Giving Back to Communities by helping to educate the public on the importance of invasive species.
Reducing the Invasive Species Centre’s Environmental Impact by conducting business operations in an environmentally friendly manner.
Being a Great Place to Work by providing a nurturing, learning environment for all staff to help develop skills, build confidence and gain valuable work experience. The ISC is committed to building a safe and respectful workplace culture that enables staff to contribute to projects and programs, and voice opinions or suggestions on how to make the ISC better.
The ISC adheres to these principles as a guide to the way in which we do business. This will, in turn, communicate our integrity to current and future funders, project partners, stakeholders and followers.