Essays on Corporate Social Responsibility

INTRODUCTION Corporate social responsibility has been in debate since 20th century even though there are some argument for and against if it were really the duty of an organization to provide some kind of social service to the people in its environment even though the …

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Introduction In South Korea the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) developed from past 20 years ago and as well the country developed in socially and economically. The main CSR activity involved in Korea to community by volunteering, charity programmes, creating a new bright generations, …

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Introduction The report aim to address the current case and to look at how Human Resources Department of the Humphrey Group can contribute to the organisation’s wide objective of Corporate Social Responsibility. Brief definition of Corporate Social Responsibility will be shown and how CSR focused …

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Abstract This paper critically examines the role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the financial performance of British Airways. The paper posits that as much as CSR is meant to give back to the community where the company operates; this is seldom the case in …

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4. Discuss what the benefits of following CSR principles are to a company. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is about how the businesses are taking responsibilities on their decisions and activities and how it impacts the society, and the environment. It is not just about donations …

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CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Corporate Social Responsibility             Society’s preoccupation with the social responsibility of organizations has existed since at least the early 1930s and probably even before this period. Wells (n.d) notes that it is perhaps the infamous Dodd-Berle correspondence contained …

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Introduction Apart from profitability, the primary objective of business also includes sustenance of operations into the long term, receiving repeat business and thereby achieve the satisfaction of the needs of its shareholders. This necessitates the examination of operations with a view to advance objectives such …

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Mobile telecommunication industries in this country with time have increasingly played major roles in not only the lives of the people within the community in which they are situated but also in the total economic well being of the country as a whole through their …

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3. Discuss why Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability are important for stakeholders. Stakeholders are a variety of people, and they are consumers, shareholders, workers, and societies with a fixed interest in a business strategy and developing plans. The primary stakeholders are usually internal stakeholders, engage …

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Corporate Social Responsibility is the uninterrupted committedness by concern to act ethically and lend to economic development while still assisting the quality of life of their milieus such as the local community and the society. ( Mallen Baker, Business Respect, [ Online ] , Avaliable: …

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