At Dun & Bradstreet, responsibility is aligned with our values. Our company culture provides a foundation that lets us commit to fostering social and economic development and contributing to the sustainability of the communities in which we all live and operate.
Our company culture provides a foundation that allows us to commit to fostering social and economic development as well as to contribute towards the sustainability of the communities in which we all live and operate.
We look at responsibility from a number of dimensions – how we support and empower our employees, the way we focus on helping our customers and the way we manage our corporation – all aligned with our core value of inherent generosity.
Since July 2015, Dun & Bradstreet is organising Do Good Week in celebration of our 174th anniversary, and 31 company locations across 13 countries participated in the 137 Do Good Week events. Since then More than 2144 employees participated, donating more than 7,720 hours of service. Locations big and small put their own twist on the event, with participation from Austin, which held an open house to demonstrate ways to be inherently generous, to India, which put on a carnival to raise money for various Charitable Organisations.
As a company, we understand the importance of community involvement and in creating a culture where team members can make a difference. Our goal is to create an environment that fosters team member engagement at the local sites, to create a connection to the local community, and to be recognised as part of that community. Team Members have the opportunity to participate in several charitable events; from team member-run fundraising to volunteerism.