Our metrics revolve around the three core pillars that form the foundation of social value
these are impacts on individual or community wellbeing. For example, the change in mental health to an individual after moving from unemployment to employment.
refers to impacts that directly relate to the environment, such the level of carbon emissions or biodiversity impacts.
impacts on public spending or economic output and productivity.
The metrics are then grouped into five key areas
Jobs, apprenticeships & placements
Workforce wellbeing, training and skills
Community, charity & other stakeholders
These 800 metrics are also split down into five unique categories with detailed definitions, plus details on whether or not each individual metric is monetised.
National Social Value Standard?
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SVS Difference page