Concept Of Corporate Social Responsibility

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Contents

Heading Page no.

1.0 Introduction
1.1 Background
1.2 Purpose and Outline of the report

Task A
2.0 Concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
2.1 Deontological Theory
2.2 Carroll’s Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility
3.0 Key issues of Corporate Social Responsibility
3.1 Economical Issues
3.2 Legal & Ethical Issues
3.3 Application of Code of Conduct Issues

Task B
4.0 Responsible Practices

Task C
5.0 Recommendations

Appendices
References

Report on Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR)
1.0 Introduction
1.1 Background
Do all fashion supply chains view corporate social responsibility the same across the globe? What do consumers and suppliers think about corporate social responsibility? What might suppliers gain by implementing socially responsible practices? These are merely a few questions in need of consideration in order for the concept of social responsibility to be addressed across the European fashion retailers.
Fashion clothing is one is of the oldest commodities and the fashion industry has only continued to grow into what is now one of the largest industries globally.
In this report, the concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR) is discussed from the viewpoint of suppliers, customers and society. It is generally defined as the commitment of business to contribute to sustainable economic development by working with employees, their families and local communities (World Business Council for Sustainable
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