Corporate Social responsibility- CSR

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  • 1. Bijender
  • 2. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
    • "A concept whereby companies decide voluntarily to contribute to a better society and a cleaner environment“.
    • 3. A positive attitude of the corporate towards the society by rendering services and facilities.
    • 4. Minimizes the negative environmental and social impacts of business and maximizes their positive environmental and social impacts.
  • THE LAW AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
  • 5. Benefits of CSR
    CSR behaviour can benefit the firm in several
    ways:
    Attraction and retention of staff.
    Attracts investments.
    Leads to reduction in costs.
    Differentiation from competitors.
    Leads to increased profitability.
  • 6. ARGUMENTS AGAINST SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
    • Reduce economic efficiency.
    • 7. Creates excessive costs.
    • 8. Lack of skills.
    • 9. Not accountable .
  • Development of CSR Concept
    • “Social Responsibilities of the Businessman” -H R Bowen ,1953
    • 10. 1980’s
    Bhopal disaster
    CSR activities incorporated in organizational setting
    Linkages between business’s social and financial performance
  • 11. Bhopal Gas Disaster
    • 40 tons methyl iso cyanate escaped
    • 12. 20,000 have died
    • 13. More than 120,000 people
    still continue to suffer.
    • In 2001 Dow Chemical purchased Union Carbide.
    • 14. Union Carbide dumped waste in the surrounding areas, after the disaster, many tons of highly toxic simply abandoned. Greenpeace label the site a ‘Global Toxic Hotspot’.
  • The 1990s
    ‘reactive’ corporate social responsible initiatives
    • Enron
    • 16. Strategic CSR
    • 17. Corporate Sustainability, Corporate Social Performance, Triple Bottom Line
  • 21st century
    • CSR fusion and merger with marketing , operations, human resources, social entrepreneurship
    • 18. Codes ,regulations and legal frameworks(Global compact, AA1000)
    • “You have to draw a line between
    Charity, Philanthropy and CSR”.
    • “There can be business without charity.
    There can be charity without business.
    But there can be no business without
    Corporate Social Responsibility.”
  • 19. Fundamental Principles of CSR
  • 20. Key Issues in CSR
    Water & Air emissions
    Climate change
    • Poverty Alleviation
    • 26. Job creation
    • 27. Public revenues
    • 28. Skills and technology
  • TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE
    • The concept of TBL demands that a company's responsibility lies with stakeholders rather than shareholders.
    • 29. The Triple Bottom Line is made up of
    “Social, Environmental and Economic” means the
    “People, Planet, Profit”.
  • 30. "People" (human capital) fair and beneficial
    business practices toward labour
    and the community and region.
    "Planet" (natural capital) refers to
    sustainable environmental practices,
    do no harm and curtail environmental impact.
    “Profit" aspect needs to be seen as
    the real economic benefit enjoyed by the host society.