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By | October 2012
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Definition
Corporate Social responsibility is the responsibility of an organization that their decisions and activities affect on its society and environment with ethical behavior and transparent. Ethical behavior that is consistent with sustainable development and the welfare of society takes into account the expectations of stakeholders. (http://knowledge.sagepub.com.libraryproxy.griffith.edu.au/view/greenbusiness/n33.xml) . For Corporate Social responsibility, there are four types:

Economic Responsibilities
This is the responsibilities that offering services or product to customers with a fair price. Legal Responsibilities
The responsibilities to abide by the law, which is determined by society about what is right or wrong Ethical Responsibilities
The Responsibilities to do the right and fair decision without the law forcing you to do it. Philanthropic Responsibilities
The responsibilities to invest money back into the society to upgrade and to provide a better living for the people in the society. These are the types of Corporate Social Responsibilities and organization will determine which type they will use according to their organization aims. http://search.proquest.com.libraryproxy.griffith.edu.au/docview/1019442816 With Corporate Social responsibility, company can show to the public that they care about the earth and they want to be a part of the group to help the earth environment which then can create a good image of the company and to increase its reputation in the society. Benefit

And nowadays more and more business are working on their Corporate Social responsibility. Also many people are now starting a green life. Saving the earth and do less damage to the earth. Business start caring is not only because it helps to improve the environment. But also because what it can bring to the company such as things like trustworthy from the society. And also it can help the company to build up its reputation. With benefit of Corporate Social...