CSR in Tourism Industry Md. Abdul Hamid1 Nowadays Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a recurrently pronounced terminology. There is enough scope of ambiguity also in ‘meaning’ of this expression. Generally, the corporate world and researchers emphasize on different focal points. Instead of such vagueness, certainly there are affirmative something in the whole process. Regularly number of socially responsible organizations is increasing and awareness in this issue is rapidly increasing among its stakeholders (e.g. investors, governments, media, and customers). It is tough to specify a period when the sense of CSR evolved. But the researchers primarily tried to draw attention, in 1960s, about the responsibilities of businessmen to society. Gradually the conversation goes ahead and organizations sense its psychosomatic value. And so Multi National Corporations (MNCs), in early stage, welcomed CSR from their strategic point of view. A mentionable number of companies, all forms in nature, are now accumulating them in this pursuit. More than 3000 companies now publish their CSR report on a regular basis, new ones are adding in this stream continuously. Understanding the Term CSR Due to the complex character of the meaning there is not a commonly accepted term, though CSR is widely used globally 1 . The differentiation of terms is linked with the different culture, the different level of development of each country, the different priorities that exist in different regions. We notice that in the preliminary stage of developing this concept, the academicians draw attention to stakeholders that the business organizations are obliged to do ‘something’ for the wellbeing of the society besides their regular trade. Because very often, through their activities, cause harm to the society. And so… the obligation of businessmen is to pursue those politics, to make those decisions, or follow those lines of action which are desirable in terms of the objectives and value of the
Contemporary Issues in Hospitality & Tourism Administration
Arlene M. Garrick
Oklahoma State University, Stillwater
September 29, 2009
Corporate Social Responsibility in the Hospitality Industry
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has progressively become known as a germane issue in the corporate world for the past decade. Making the world a better place, socially and environmentally, is a global accepted phenomenon. According to Porter….
TRAVEL INDUSTRY (CSR)
As the population increases the airline industry must adapt to some positive changes. The airline industry must consider the needs of the environment and the destinations that are on high demand. Although there are current developments towards a corporate social responsible way of approaching new business model at this stage the airline industry, and the….
Tourism Policy, 2052
Tourism has been competitively and rapidly developing in the world, and due to specific natural and cultural heritages there is a great possibility of tourism industry in Nepal. Hence, in order to increase national production and income, to expand the earning of foreign currencies to create opportunities for employment, to improve regional imbalance and to develop the image of Nepal in international community having developed and expanded tourism industry, this….
CSR in Construction Industry
1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Corporate Social Responsibility: a Brief History 1.2 Definition of CSR 2.0 DISCUSSION AND INTEGRATION 2.1 CSR Practices and Sustainable Development in Construction Industry 2.1.1 Social 2.1.2 Economy 2.1.3 Environment 2.2 Push and Pull Factors Influencing CSR and Sustainable Development Adoption 2.3 Challenges 2.4 Conclusion
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Module: FEM 205
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Market Analysis of Tourism Industry
Table of Contents
1.0 Abstract 2
2.0 Introduction 2
3.0 Specific analysis 2
3.1 Analysis of macro environmental factors 2
3.1.1 The economy 3
3.1.2 Social trends 3
3.1.3 Political environment 3
3.2 Analysis of micro environmental factors 4
3.2.1 The targeted customers 4
3.2.2 The competitors 4
3.2.3 The consumer behaviours 4
3.2.4 An internal analysis with a focus….
Negative Economic Impacts of Tourism
There are many hidden costs to tourism, which can have unfavorable economic effects on the host community. Often rich countries are better able to profit from tourism than poor ones. Whereas the least developed countries have the most urgent need for income, employment and general rise of the standard of living by means of tourism, they are least able to realize these benefits. Among the reasons for this are large-scale transfer of tourism revenues out of the host….
Tourism Industry of Bangladesh
20th July 2014
Letter of Transmittal
20th July 2014
Sub: Submission of term paper for completion of academic course
This is to inform you that we have completed our term paper on Tourism Industry of Bangladesh for the Summer 2014 semester as a requirement of our academic course International Business (BUS 301). The report encompasses on the functioning, organization….
History of ICTs (Information and Communication Technologies) in Tourism
Industry: ................................................................................................................ 2
Definition of e-tourism (Electronic Tourism):...................................................... 4
Relationship between ICT and E- Commerce (Electronic commerce) ................ 4
Relationship between Tourism and ICTs: ............................................................ 5
responsibility, or CSR, has always been fascinating to me, companies giving back to the society to create a better world. A lot of what I have read in the topic of CSR is the companies that get universally hailed by the people for doing good, but how about companies that is often in negatively spotlights? Companies that are creating products that harm peoples well being, destroying the environment or even leads to people’s death. I wanted to broad my view on these controversial industries and see how they….
by the tourism industry in Malaysia, one of the countries in the BIMP EAGA regions. The main issue in tourism are low productivity and low skilled labours. Towards Vision 2020, Malaysia needs to produce a world-class tourist destination. However, the imbalance between global demand for and supply of tourism sector urges Malaysia to produce high skilled labours and productivity. Our findings includes five factor contributing to the two main issues, which are; lack of cooperation among tourism stakeholders….