Evaluation of Workplace Guidelines to support the Dual Career (DC) of Employee Sportspersons
The term “Dual Career” indicates the specific challenges elite sportspersons face in combining sport and educational/working demands (European Commission, 2007). This evaluation tool will provide you with two key insights regarding how your workplace is incorporating the Guidelines to support Dual Career in the Workplace. Two questions are asked:
Please rate both of these questions on a scale of 1-5 (Very small to Very High). Please consider each question carefully, the “Extent/Level” question refers to how you believe you are currently supporting and implementing the Guideline/s; the “Potential/Possibility” question refers to the extent you believe that the guideline/s could be implemented over the next 3 years. The Guidelines are organised under three primary headings.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Refers to practices and policies undertaken by corporations that are intended to have a positive influence on the world. In particular, CSR entails all organisational activities designed to make a positive impact on society.
Is a term which covers all of the marketing affairs of a professional company and their association with each other. Corporate brand is a philosophy or core value of a business and is how a corporation presents itself to the world, and how it presents to its own employees.
Corporate Value Alignment
Is a strategic process to successfully manage the corporate brand that involves analysis to verify the consistency and coherency between internal and external elements of the corporate brand.
Brief Report DC Workplace Guidelines
A brief report describing the rationale for and the development of the Guidelines, the benefits that implementation can provide for both employee and employer, key definitions and proposed actions to facilitate Guideline implementation are provided here.