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The term Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) includes the health and well-being of employees at the workplace and therefore the balance between work and off-job time. In this paper we introduce the concepts of daily need for recovery (NFR), off-job activities and daily well-being. First, we consider the concept of daily recovery and distinguish between social, physical and low-effort off-job activities. Second, we describe the method of the study and subsequent empirical findings. Third, we suggest practical implications for HR programs and contribute to the general topic of external compliance versus internal commitment within the area of Business Ethics and CSR.