Corporate Social Responsibility (or CSR as we will call it throughout this book) is a concept
which has become dominant in business reporting. Every corporation has a policy concerning
CSR and produces a report annually detailing its activity. And of course each of us claims to be
able to recognise corporate activity which is socially responsible and activity which is not
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a field that impacts on all aspects of human
existence. Professions and professionals in both advanced and emerging economies
have a lot to consider in the quest to ensure that their activities do not adversely
affect society or if they do; how they can best reduce the adverse impact should be
of paramount importance to them in our world today.
Kinh tế ngày càng hội nhập, cạnh tranh ngày càng khốc liệt thì vấn đề nguồn nhân lực ngày càng trở nên quan trọng. Để giữ được nhân viên giỏi, doanh nghiệp đang phải dùng mọi cách như tăng lương, thưởng, tăng đào tạo, giao thêm quyền hạn cho nhân viên…
Nhưng hình như chưa thấy ai bàn đến việc dùng các giá trị thuộc về trách nhiệm xã hội của doanh nghiệp để làm “vũ khí” trong “cuộc chiến giành nguồn nhân lực”.
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Chapter 9 - Ethics, corporate social responsibility, environmental sustainability, and strategy. After studying this chapter, you should be able to: Understand how the standards of ethical behavior in business relate to the ethical standards and norms of the larger society and culture in which a company operates, recognize conditions that can give rise to unethical business strategies and behavior, gain an understanding of the costs of business ethics failures.
Chapter 4 - Stakeholders, ethics, and corporate social responsibility. The purpose of this chapter is: Identify stakeholders in an organization, describe the most common types of ethical issues managers confront, explain how managers can incorporate ethical factors into their decision making, outline the main segments for and against corporate social responsibility, explain what managers can do to behave in a socially responsible manner.
Chapter 9 - Ethics, corporate social responsibility, environmental sustainability, and strategy. After studying this chapter you will be able to: understand how the standards of ethical behavior in business are no different from the ethical standards and norms of the larger society and culture in which a company operates, recognize conditions that can give rise to unethical business strategies and behavior, gain an understanding of the costs of business ethics failures.
Chapter 5 - Ethics and corporate responsibility. After studying Chapter 5, you will be able to: Describe how different ethical perspectives guide decision making, explain how companies influence their ethics environment, outline a process for making ethical decisions, summarize the important issues surrounding corporate social responsibility,...
Chapter 3 - Corporate social responsibility. Learning objectives of this chapter: Understanding the role of big business and its responsible use of corporate power in a democratic society, knowing when the idea of social responsibility originated and the phases through which it has developed, investigating how a company’s purpose or mission can integrate social objectives with economic objectives,...
Chapter 4 - Business ethics, corporate social responsibility, corporate governance, and critical thinking. The learning objectives for this chapter include: Appreciate strengths & weaknesses of various ethical theories, learn to apply guidelines for ethical decision making, recognize critical thinking errors, be an ethical leader.
As noted, actions foreseen within the Social Business Initiative (and on Corporate Social
Responsibility and Socially Responsible Investing) could also contribute to addressing the
issues explored in this Impact Assessment. Actions under the Initiative have been laid out in
detail in the Social Business Communication adopted on 25th
Chapter 5 describe how different ethical perspectives guide decision making, explain how companies influence their ethics environment, outline a process for making ethical decisions, summarize the important issues surrounding corporate social responsibility, discuss reasons for businesses’ growing interest in the natural environment, identify actions managers can take to manage with the environment in mind.
Business is one of the most diverse activities of mankind. Business operations typically handled by the business institutions such as companies, corporations, private ... but can also be active self of individuals.To evaluate the business, people have many different criteria such as revenue growth, profit margin, net profit ...
The last couple of decades have seen considerable change in the structure of
business organisations, caused largely by their desire to gain competitive advantage
and by their desire to make use of the technological infrastructure available. Often
this has been legitimated as a reaction to the increasingly deregulated free market
environment brought into being as a consequence of globalisation.
Corporate governance is about who controls corporations and why. In the United States, the legal ‘‘who’’ is the owners of the corporation’s common stock—the shareholders. However, the reality—even the legal reality—is much more complicated, and the ‘‘why’’ is to be found in historic American concerns about the connections between ownership, social responsibility, economic progress, and the role of markets in fostering a stable pluralistic democracy.
Chapter 1 - Organizational behavior: The questfor people-centered organizationsand ethical conduct. The learning objectives for this chapter include: Define the term organizational behavior, and contrast McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y assumptions about employees; contrast human and social capital and describe three ways you can develop each; explain the impact of the positive psychology movement on the field of organizational behavior (OB); define the term e-business, and explain its implications for organizational behavior and managing people
Có nhiều định nghĩa khác nhau để giải thích CSR (Corporate social responsibility- trách nhiệm xã hội của công ty) , nhưng một trong các định nghĩa được sử dụng phổ biến nhất là định nghĩa do Hội đồng kinh doanh thế giới về Phát triển bền vững (World Business Council for Sustainable Development) đưa ra: “CSR là cam kết của công ty đóng góp cho việc phát triển kinh tế bền vững, thông qua việc tuân thủ chuẩn mực về bảo vệ môi trường, bình đẳng giới, an toàn lao động, quyề...
Có rất nhiều định nghĩa về trách nhiệm xã hội của doanh nghiệp (Corporate Social
Responsibility - CRS). Trong số đó, Uỷ ban kinh tế thế giới về phát triển bền vững
định nghĩa: "trách nhiệm xã hội của doanh nghiệp là một cam kết kinh doanh
nhằm cư xử đạo đức và đóng góp cho sự phát triển kinh tế cùng với việc
nâng cao chất lượng cuộc sống của người lao động và gia đình của họ cũng
như chất lượng cuộc sống của cộng đồng và xã hội nói chung."...
Whether you work for a corporation, a nonprofit organization, or for
the government, chances are you’ve considered getting — or have
already obtained — a Masters of Business Administration degree, an MBA.
Why? Because if you want to get ahead in your organization — or just to do
a better job of managing or leading — obtaining an MBA is the best ticket in
town. Studies show that MBA graduates — particularly those from the top
business schools — are offered significantly higher starting salaries than their
counterparts who don’t have MBAs.