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CSR

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TULA'S INSTITUTE, DEHRADUN


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  • 1. PREPARED BY : - ANURAG
  • 2. INTRODUCTION• Corporate social responsibility came in to common use in the late 1960s and early 1970s• Corporate social responsibility is also known as corporate conscience, corporate responsiveness, social performance etc. Corporate social responsibility : – emphasizes obligation and accountability to society Corporate social responsiveness : – emphasizes action, activity Corporate social performance: – emphasizes outcomes, results
  • 3. Continue…• Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is the process by which businesses negotiate their role in society
  • 4. CONTINUE…• CSR is to embrace responsibility to for the company’s actions and encourage a positive impact through its activities on the environment , consumers, employees , customers, stakeholders and others
  • 5. IMPORTANCE OF CSR For shareholders For For societyconsumer For For Employees government
  • 6. Key Issues in CSR• Labor rights: – child labor – forced labor – right to organize – safety and health
  • 7. Continue…• Environmental conditions – water & air emissions – climate change
  • 8. Continue…• Poverty Alleviation – job creation – public revenues – skills and technology
  • 9. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Arguments For• Public expectations• Image• Power balance• Less regulations• Economic benefits• Ethical obligation
  • 10. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Arguments Against• Social cost• Poor capability• Power misuse• Poor accountability• Lack of support
  • 11. Thank you!

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