CSR-D GUIDE CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND DISABILITY FUNDACIÓN ONCE

INDEX

  1. 1Prologues
  2. 2Introduction
  3. 3Equality of treatment and non-discrimination
  4. 4 Integration in the labour market as an element of value
  5. 5 Fostering full accessibility
  6. 6 Relationships with suppliers and subcontractors
  7. 7 Social action
  8. 8 Communication as a responsible tool
  9. 9 How to implement CSR-D
  10. 10 Self-diagnosis questionnaire
  11. 11 CSR-D report patterns and follow-up indicators
  12. 12Relevant European and international legislation
  13. 13Glossary
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How to implement CSR-D

CSR and disability, the Fundación ONCE accompanies you on this fascinating path.

This road map has been specially designed for companies starting on CSR and disability matters; the following are some recommended measures:

  1. Express commitment by management to include people with disabilities as part of CSR policies and to guarantee equal treatment and non-discrimination.
  2. Self-diagnosis of the current situation regarding integration of the disability dimension in CSR policies in order to carry out further assessment. We include a questionnaire with this aim.
  3. If appropriate, external evaluation of current functioning regarding employment, accessibility, suppliers and social action.
  4. Creation of a focal point within the company to promote and follow the CSR-D and to give advice to different company areas in this matter.
  5. Setting specific objectives on employment, accessibility, suppliers and social action matters, deadlines to achieve these objectives and indicators that allow to analyze progress.
  6. Communication with organisations of people with disabilities as stakeholders to inform them about objectives and to explore ways of cooperation.
  7. Inclusion in the CSR Annual Report of the actions carried out and future objectives regarding people with disabilities.
  8. Revision and definition of actions for improvement of disability matters.