Waggener Edstrom’s third corporate citizenship report for 2010 details everything from the firm’s turnover (25 percent), to the amount of charitable work it did ($1.1 million in pro bono services, volunteering, and donating dollars), to its fee revenue ($111 million).
The firm also details its contributions to a vast number of philanthropic organizations, both as a group and as individual staffers. And it breaks down its efforts to be green, with greenhouse gas emissions up a bit from last year (4.8 metric tons in 2010 vs. 4.6 metric tons in 2009), but overall, a decent showing as the firm tries to keep paper usage, travel, and other waste to a minimum.
This week, Melissa Waggener Zorkin, the firm’s CEO, president, and founder, will be attending this week’s Clinton Global Initiative in NYC, so the good works continue. Zorkin talks about the Initiative here, you can get the full corporate citizenship report here, and there’s a video with the highlights here. If you’re looking for a job and want some info about the firm, there’s tons of it in that report.