The importance of social responsibility

The foundation for strong social responsibility starts by hiring passionate individuals and creating a culture that supports and rewards such activities. That’s what we’re trying to do at West Monroe.

At the end of 2011, we launched our “1+1+1 Program,” a corporate social responsibility initiative through which we donate one percent of our time, one percent of our “treasure” and one percent of our talent each year to organizations in our communities.

But we want to do more. So, we recently launched the West Monroe Global Service Fellowship Program. This program will provide an opportunity for employees at any level in the organization to submit an application to support a cause near and dear to their hearts and make a difference. West Monroe will provide paid time off from six weeks to six months, depending on the nature of the request, to support our employees in giving back.

What’s in it for West Monroe?

We are sometimes asked how West Monroe Partners benefits from these programs. That’s simple to answer. Our 1+1+1 and Global Service Fellowship Programs empower our employees to give back to our communities in a way that accrues to them both personal and professional satisfaction. The goals that we set through our volunteer initiatives have given us an even deeper sense of purpose and motivation to do the best work possible in and outside of the office. West Monroe Partners has always been a community of driven, creative, and curious people, but it is our social good efforts especially that have brought out the compassion and loyalty in all of us.

Interested in learning more?

We wrote an article that details our program as well as filmed a video with a charity near and dear to our heart, HFS Chicago Scholars. We’d love to hear about your social responsibility initiatives!

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Phone: 312-602-4000
Email: marketing@westmonroepartners.com
222 W. Adams
Chicago, IL 60606
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