Caesars Entertainment’s Publishes Corporate Social Responsibility Report
Caesars Entertainment, Inc. recently published its 2022 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report. The document outlines the company’s activities and progress in various areas.
Regarding environmental concerns, the company is working towards a 100% reduction in Scope 1 + 2 emissions by 2050. In 2022, it achieved a 41.8% reduction. The company also reported a 14% reduction in water consumption relative to its 2019 figures. For the third consecutive year, it was listed on CDP’s 2022 A-list for Water Security and received “A” ratings for its efforts in Climate Change, Water Security, and Supply Chain categories.
In the area of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), the company has set goals to achieve gender and racial equality in leadership roles by 2025. In 2022, there was a 106% increase in senior leadership roles occupied by people of color compared to figures from Dec. 2020.
In terms of community investment, Caesars Entertainment committed $81 million in 2022. This sum was allocated across various projects in the communities where the company operates, including contributions through its foundation, Team Member volunteering, and in-kind donations.
In the realm of education, the company launched the “All-In On Education” program in July 2022. This program provides tuition assistance, student loan debt solutions, college savings plans, and scholarships. As of Dec. 2022, 29.3% of the company’s eligible workforce had engaged with the platform, and several team members and their families had benefitted from the program’s offerings.
Lastly, for Team Member support, two new programs were initiated in 2022, one of which focused on enhancing healthcare offerings. Another was a security program that provided Team Members with alert fobs to increase onsite safety. By the end of 2022, over 3,700 fobs were distributed in Las Vegas.
“In 2022 we focused on enhancing our existing goals as well as offering more robust support for our Team Members and communities,” said Heather Rapp, Senior Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility for Caesars Entertainment. “This past year’s progress is a reflection of the dedication of our leadership and our Team Members to making an impact both inside and outside of the Company.”
For a comprehensive understanding of these updates, interested parties can refer to the official report available on the Caesars Entertainment website.