Social Responsibility Chapter 4 By: Kelsey Winchester
Significance <ul><li>Social Responsibility is important in business because if you are socially responsible, you can get more business and improve your community at the same time. </li></ul>
Resources <ul><li>The difference between renewable resources and non-renewable resources is renewable resources is resources that can be replace. Non-renewable resources is a natural resource that cannot be replaced when used up . </li></ul>
Employee Benefits <ul><li>It is important that companies provide employee benefits because it can expand justice for groups of a society, enhanced company image, reduced need for government actions, improved quality of life in a community and around the world and increased awareness of social issues among workers, consumers and others. </li></ul>
& <ul><li>Google- Google keeps employees happy by providing insurance, retirement plans, vacation time, doctors, transportation, classes, Halloween & holiday party, health fair, credit union, sauna, roller hockey, outdoor volleyball court, discounts for products and local attractions, on site services, tuition reimbursement, adoption assistance, and much more! </li></ul><ul><li>Sas- sas keeps their employees happy by providing health care plans, paid vacation time, discounts, scholarship programs, flexible work schedules, family benefits, training classes, disability plans and more! </li></ul>
Government <ul><li>The role government plays in an economic system is they provide services for members of society, protect citizens, consumers, business and workers and regulate utilities and regulate promoting competition, etc. </li></ul><ul><li>Examples: </li></ul><ul><li>State- regulate business actions within their borders. </li></ul><ul><li>Local- provide services needed for an orderly society, such as police and fire protection. </li></ul>
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