Corporate social responsibility is one of the three pillars of CSR and Sustainable Development in business. CSR takes on its full meaning in the current social context, what with globalization, crises, scandals, and becomes a pillar of sustainable development for certain organizations, corporations, and nonprofits. These firms and NGOs take on social responsibility and voluntarily engage with their stakeholders, as well as their employees, traders, unions, or rating agencies. Today, social risk management is paramount to CSR and the sustainable development of processes within organizations, companies, and NGOs. Our ways of life and consumption currently do not promote social equality, but inequalities in the corporate context are not inevitable and socially responsible solutions do exist…
Corporate working conditions, social discrimination, skills management, remuneration, labor laws, sustainable development… In this category, find out about social issues that relate to the social responsibility of companies, nonprofits, and institutions. Discover examples of commitments and approaches of organizations to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
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