Center for Social Research PPC Planning and Priorities Committee
Community of Sovereign Republics
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a wide-ranging agenda that involves businesses looking at how to improve their social, environmental and local economic impact, their influence on society, social cohesion and human rights, and fair trade. CSR is an issue both for large multinationals and for small, locally based businesses.
Corporate Social Responsibility. This term describes the interaction of a corporation with its stakeholders, including employees, customers, investors, government, distributors and suppliers. CSR Europe began in 1995 when the corporate sector voluntarily began to look for new ways to enhance their social responsibility. This may include investment in community programs, employee relations, financial accountability and environmental impact, among others.
Corporate social responsibility. Definitions appear in the 'In brief' section. Now the most commonly used term to describe CSR in its current evolutionary state, CSR was mentioned on national television news for the first time in early 2004.
Corporate Social/Environmental Responsibility. Taking positive action to show an organisation has a responsible attitude to the people and environment it impacts on. Community relations may take the form of social outreach programmes designed to build relations and foster understanding of the role of business in the local community. The role of PR in CSR is to communicate effectively in order to build corporate accountability and transparency.
Corporate social responsibility. The idea that businesses are committed to contributing to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families, as well as of the local community and society at large.
Corporate Social Responsibility. The continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of the local community and society at large, including the environment.
(Corporate Social Responsibility) Stora Enso's CSR principles cover issues including human rights, labour rights, ethical business practices, communications and community involvement.
Corporate social responsibility. the responsibility of a corporation to maximize benefits to society, acting in accordance with principles of sustainability, justice, and equity
Corporate Social Responsibility. Stora Enso's CSR Principles cover issues including human rights, ethical business practices, communications, community involvement and reductions in the workforce.
Corporate social responsibility. Managing a companyâ€(tm)s business processes in a way that creates economic value while also respecting people and communities and minimising environmental impact.
Environics International Corporate Social Responsibility -surveys beginning with CSR
Corporate Social Responsibility. A set of voluntary commitments aimed at guaranteeing ethical behavior toward the environment, local communities and society at large; addresses issues such as labor rights, non-discrimination, child workers and more. The terms 'CSR' and 'sustainability' are often used interchangeably.
Stands for corporate social responsibility. ING defines corporate social responsibility as open and transparent business practices based on ethical values and respect for its stakeholders.