Old Republic Home Protection
Member Since: July 2023
1000 Louis Rose Place, Charlotte, North Carolina 28262, United States
Prerequisites 5/5
Community/Society 4/182
Workplace/Culture 132/291
Transportation 52/461
Consumption/Waste 62/551
Water Use 33/151
Energy/Emissions 44/624
Work From Home 0/663
Governance 51/268

Completed Initiatives

Initiative Description
Points
Upgrade from older fluorescent T12, T8 and T5 lamps to LED alternatives
36
Rent or purchase a building that is close to public transportation stops and bike paths
36
Implement a comprehensive recycling program including education, proper sinage, and monitoring
27
Provide 10 weeks paid family leave policy accessible to all employees
27
Install faucets with controls that turn off automatically (motion sensors)
25
Create an executive leadership team with women, minorities, and people from underrepresented communities in top leadership roles
24
Meet if not exceed Federal and State regulations for your industry
20
Eliminate all single-use paper, styrofoam or plastic cups, plates, and utensils in the kitchen area. Use reusable mugs, dishes, and silverware instead
18
Provide a benefits package that meets the needs of employees, and is well-defined, accessible and transparent to all workers
18
Provide a living wage for all employees, at all levels of the organization including both full time and part time workers
18
Define, institute, and clearly communicate a policy to prioritize employee diversity, equity, and inclusion
16
Install bike racks outside of the office or choose a building with ample bike racks on-site to support the amount of employees
12
Provide equitable opportunities to ensure women have equal access to employment, leadership roles, and pay
12
Provide fair and appropriate breaks for workers based on hours worked and enforce a strict policy that they must take them
12
Adhere to labor, child labor, forced labor, and reasonable working hour laws and practices
12
Properly dispose of all hazardous waste materials including batteries, paint and chemicals, lightbulbs, aerosol cans, and electronics
9
Install a filtered water tap or water bottle refill station that provide high-quality drinking water
8
Replace regular light bulbs with LED bulbs
8
Recycle or sell your used toner cartridges
4
Use virtual meeting platforms to replace travel when possible
4
Provide regular formal review, linked to a comprehensive development plan, with clear and constructive feedback to all employees
4
Use a shared or centralized printer
4
Establish a clear governance and decision-making structure, including the composition of the board of directors, board committees, executives, and shareholders
4
Create and implement a policy for protecting sensitive information
4
Conduct regular cyber/data security checks
4
Accept and evaluate employee’s feedback about violations of your corporate ethics and conduct policy
4
Designate an employee as community engagement leader or create a community engagement team
4
Train employees on your cyber/data security policies and what to do in case of a potential breach
3
Organize a sustainability committee to lead your organization’s sustainability program
1
Complete the GBB getting started steps
1
Develop a sustainability mission statement for your business and define your company’s core commitments
1
Populate your company’s sustainability accomplishments in your profile
1
Announce your commitment to GBB to all employees
1
Relax the office dress code to allow for attire that doesn’t require dry cleaning
1