Corporate and Social Responsibility
2015 Maala Report
Leumi Retains its Place in the Highest Rating – the Platinum Plus Category
The Maala Corporate and Social Responsibility 2016 index, published on June 29, 2016, has revealed that Leumi retains its place in the highest rating – the Platinum Plus category.
Maala’s vision is to encourage the integration of social utility as part of its business values, and developing appropriate processes to achieve this goal. The Maala Corporate and Social Responsibility 2016 index allows companies to examine and rate their performance in the major areas of corporate responsibility. By the nature of their performance, companies are divided into 4 categories: Platinum Plus, Platinum, Gold, and Silver.
Maala publishes the Maala Corporate Responsibility Index on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange annually.
The rating, launched in 2006, is voluntary, and participating companies choose voluntarily to be exposed and report, without being required by law. The rating provides tools for managing and implementing corporate responsibility areas and allows for annual measurement, mapping gaps and setting targets for improvement in relation to the standard norms in Israel.
The rating focuses on six ways to make a positive impact society and the environment: Investing in employees, workforce diversity, contribution and volunteering, saving electricity, water, gas, waste, and wastewater, ensuring proper management, and increasing transparency.
|10||Ethical Aspects in Business Processes|
|10||Labor Relations, Health and Balance|
|9||Diversity and Inclusion|
|8||Contribution to the Community|
|9||Social Involvement of Employees|
|10||Environmental Quality - Management and Strategy|
|10||Climate and Weather|
|10||Management and Reporting|
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