DATE: Thursday, May 23rd, 2019
TIME: 05:30pm – 08:30pm
LOCATION: Spanish Tavern, 103 McWhorter Street, Newark, NJ 07105
PARKING: Free Parking Lot for Spanish Tavern and/or Shuttle Service from Newark Penn Station (call restaurant for more details)
CAPACITY: 50 Seats
TOPIC: “The Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibilities (“CSR”)”
KeyNote Speaker: Melaine B. Campbell – Melaine B. Campbell Law, LLC ~ Milford, New Jersey
Refund Policy: 100% Refund, if cancelled at least 48 hours prior to the event via email request to email@example.com
CPE Credits: 2 (Fulfills Ethics Requirement)
Melaine B. Campbell, Esq. – The Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Melaine Campbell is an attorney with expertise in the corporate and financial services arenas on AML/KYC, ABAC and Sanctions compliance programs and investigations. She is experienced working with American, European, LATAM and Asian markets. In her consulting practice she provides strategic professional services for financial services entities, law firms, corporations and businesses on global issues. She served as a Managing Director for the Dun and Bradstreet Global Compliance Solutions Group advising global corporations and financial services businesses on best-practices for ABAC, AML/KYC and Sanctions regulatory compliance program design, risk assessment methodologies and systems as well as data program management. Her prior experience includes service as the Corruption and Government Integrity Bureau Chief and Organized Crime and Racketeering Deputy Bureau Chief for the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice.
Globally we are facing social, political, environmental, economic and political crises. Today stakeholders, including shareholders, customers, civil society and employees, expect companies to respond by operating in an ethical, socially responsible way. Failure to prioritize CSR can impact brand, employee loyalty and investor interest. What CSR strategies and policies promote the company’s ethical growth while driving company profit?
The presentation will offer insight into the social, political, environmental, economic and political crises facing the business world today. Recent corporate scandals will be highlighted, detailing the damage sustained by the business including brand impact.
Businesses practice corporate social responsibility when they are ethical, contributing to the local and global communities. We will examine how CSR policies and programs manage a business’s societal impact. Some of those impacts include human rights, environmental, product safety, sustainability and anti-corruption.
We will discover how CSR drives company profit including stock prices, revenue, risk management efficiencies, investor interest, customer and employee retention and other benefits. Examples of corporate CSR success stories will be highlighted.