Whirlpool Honored for Social Responsibility
Oct 20, 2009
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Whirlpool was named one of the top 50 U.S. companies for Social Responsibility by the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship and Reputation Institute. Based on a survey of U.S. consumers conducted by the Reputation Institute, Whirlpool earned a rating of 72.24, ranking it 23rd on the 2009 Boston College Corporate Social Responsibility Index (CSRI). The company ranked 32nd on the 2008 list.

The annual CSRI 50 is created using data collected for the Reputation Institute's 2009 Global Pulse Study and analyzed in coordination with the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship. Researchers use a subset of survey results that focus on more than 200 companies with a dominant presence in the United States and are believed to have a reasonably high recognition factor with the general public. The data captures public perception about a company's corporate citizenship, governance and workplace practices.

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