Recent research has led me down the path of Corporate Social Responsibility. CSR includes the standards of ESG, Environmental, Social And Governance . Environmental criteria looks at how a company performs as a steward of the natural environment. Social criteria examines how a company manages relationships with its employees, suppliers, customers and the communities where it operates. Governance deals with a company’s leadership, executive pay, audits and internal controls, and shareholder rights.
My curiosity has lead me to succinctly sum up how companies are facilitating, marketing, & reporting on their initiatives both publicly and internally.
Global Citizenship initiatives to ensure our environmental and social standards are consistently upheld.
Triple-bottom line approach in mind.
We recognize that the vitality of our business is directly linked to the vitality of the communities where we operate.
Environmental Sustainability Policy
Leading environmental practices and sustainability principles into our core business strategy.
Conserving natural resources.
Protecting ecosystem biodiversity.
Driving sustainable development.
Minimizing waste and pollution.
Establishing and reporting on key environmental performance indicators.
Raising environmental awareness among our associates, guests and communities.
Supplier Code of Conduct
Do the Right Thing
Human Rights and Labor
Social Certification (SA8000)
Quality Management (ISO 9001)
Environment (ISO 14001)
Social Responsibility (ISO 26000)
Sustainable Food & Beverage Policy
Encouraging buying from farmers who practice certified organic and sustainable farming.
Minimizing the procurement of over harvested or endangered species of both plants and animals.
Supporting Fair Trade practices and the procurement of commodities obtained through global Fair Trade processes and certifications.
Working toward increased transparency and reporting around our procurement practices and disclosing key indicators related to the environmental, community and health impact of our procurement practices .
Increasing procurement of food and beverage grown and produced locally within the communities where our properties are located.