India’s Consumer’s Perception of Corporate Social Responsibility
– “An Empirical Study of Indian Consumer’s Perception of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)” Introduction In the area of consumer perception and response towards corporate social responsibility (CSR) increasingly received attention from the managers and researchers. Most of the research was conducted in context of developed countries that means research on consumer perception towards CSR in developing countries like India needs to be developed. This research will examine consumer perception of CSR in India….
Wal-Mart and Corporate Social Responsibility
– Wal-Mart and Corporate Social Responsibility The Wal-Mart Corporation is a multi-billion dollar low-cost retail organization, consisting of 6400 stores and 1.8 million sales associates worldwide. Wal-Mart’s influence on the retail world and the enormity of their corporate size is unparalleled. Wal-Mart can easily report sales of $312.4 billion dollars per fiscal quarter and net profits of $3.8 billion dollars. Wal-Mart promises her customers “Always low prices. Always!” and upholds this motto by providing low prices to her customers and high return on investment to her stockholders….
Climate Change: Corporate Social Responsibility
– 1. Introduction: In recent year, fighting climate change is a one of pivotal issues which require an interference from variety aspect in society, not merely a responsibility of government but also mandate of businesses. To defend a substanable growth of the business, taking care of stakeholder’s right should be paid attention, especially energy companies which directly integrate with government, community and environmental issue. A corporation is likely to obtain several perquisites throughout treats in a socially responsible manner, among them: the elevation of financial achievement and the mitigation of operating costs; the enrichment of the organization image and reputation; the upgrad…
Corporate Social Responsibility: Now and Then
– With the recent corporate scandals involving such companies as Enron and Martha Stewart, the concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR) has once again made its way to the forefront of contemporary management ideologies. However, CSR itself is not a new concept. In fact, societies as far back as the Ancient Mesopotamians (circa 1700 BC) incorporated CSR in their businesses. “King Hammurabi introduced a code in which builders, innkeepers or farmers were put to death if their negligence caused the deaths of others, or major inconvenience to local citizens.” With each new “Enron” managers of similar corporations are suddenly placed in the spotlight, causing plans to be put into action to…
Corporate Social Responsibility
– Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the corporate event sector can be for everyone operating in this sector a basis for innovations, opportunities and competitive advantages with regard to social, environmental and economic aspects. This essay deals with the question what CSR is and how it influences the corporate event industry in the UK, as well as with the strategies companies have to do to generate a sustainable company structure and how they can advise their workforce to improve responsibility….