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Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Sustainability Reporting (CSR) The Organization Setting : The company(Fictious) I am working has grown in Market share of $10 Million dollars .As a Financial Analyst , I am sending a Executive Summary to our Organization Head on the need for a Corporate Sustainability Reporting. Introduction A Sustainability Report essentially sums up a company’s propensity to develop while reconciling contemporary environmental, social and economic demands - the "Triple Bottom Line (People, Planet...

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Corporate Social Responsibility

Chapter 1: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) • Definition o How the action and conduct of corporation affect society. Corporate have the duty to improve and protect society through the business. • Four Different Perspective o Economic Responsibility:  Maximize profits.  Fair pricing and quality products.  Stakeholders in Corporation:  Shareholders.  Employee.  Upper Management.  Customer/Consumer.  Vendors/Supplier.  The key is to be able to balance and decide which...

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Corporate social responsibility

Corporate social responsibility is a business philosophy that stresses the importance of keeping the best interests of the wider society in mind. The World Business Council for Sustainable Development in its publication Making Good Business Sense by Lord Holme and Richard Watts, used the following definition. ‘Corporate Social Responsibility is the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce...

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Corporate Social Responsibility in Nigeria

concept that I personally believe the government has left to expectations, believing the multinational corporations would do what is ‘right’ by offering certain benefits to the society and the environment. As a result of this approach, Corporate and social responsibility has become a forgotten issue thus not playing a vital role in Nigeria as it does in some African countries and the developed world. Both the government and the corporations are happy to maintain that status quo and go on with business...

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Corporate social responsibility

dimishes the necessity of a common and shared territorial basis for social economic and political activities, processes and relations Globalization include cultural, legal and accountabiliy issues for business ethics Who are the key actors and stakeholders?     Environmental pollution and destruction of local cultures Many companies have sustainability statements We need to combine the economic, social and environmental – therefore we focus on the triple bottom-line as...

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Corporate Social Responsibility

reports that showcase companies’ social and The Ratings Game environmental good deeds. Of the 250 largest multina- tional corporations, 64% published CSR reports in 2005, either within their annual report or, for most, in separate sustainability reports – supporting a new cottage indus- Measuring and publicizing social performance is a po- try of report writers. tentially powerful way to in uence corporate behavior – Such publications rarely offer a coherent framework assuming that the...

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Utilitarianism and Social Corporate Responsibility

Utilitarianism and Social Corporate Responsibility The principal of Utilitarianism is often cited for grounds in business related decision making. Business ethics is often misunderstood - for if the main purpose of business is to maximize profits, then one could argue Westjet had done nothing wrong in trying to gain an advantage in thier industry. Thankfully, ethical decision making involves criteria beyond the 'greatest good for the greatest number of people'. Its criteria are as follows - utilitarianism...

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Corporate Social Responsibility

obligation which we need to fulfill. The fulfillment of these obligations is called our responsibility towards society. The same scenario applies for business also. What is “Corporate social responsibility” * We do know that every business operates within a society and uses the available resources of the society and depends on the society itself for their existence. This creates a responsibility for business towards a society that they must return to the society in return of what they(Business)...

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Tvs Corporate Social Responsibility

Introduction TVS group of companies is name synonymous to social consciousness, quality and commitment to the welfare of underprivileged rural citizens. This report analyzes the various corporate social responsibility services of the group done under the umbrella of Srinivasan Services Trust (SST) in light of the documentation provided. Specifically, we cover how SST practices strategic CSR, how it is organized in order to execute the various social projects, where it gives, how it gives and how the...

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Green Computing Corporate Social Responsibility

MobileTech Green initiative and Corporate Social Responsibility Statement Mobiletech's green initiative policies and procedures fall under the goals, expectations, and company policies regarding our commitment to a diverse Corporate Social Responsibility mandate. It is a policy enacted with the belief that our company has a responsibility or obligation to our investors and shareholders; and also to society and the environment, both locally and globally. We believe in following the letter...

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