Csr Practices Of Indian Corporate Houses : Hrd Intervention

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CSR PRACTICES OF INDIAN CORPORATE HOUSES: HRD INTERVENTION 1. Chitra Raje Basera, Research Scholar, Faculty of Management Studies, Mody University of Science and Technology, Lakshmangarh, Sikar, Rajasthan. E-mail: chitra.basera@gmail.com 2. Dr BS Rathore, Associate Professor, Faculty of Management Studies, Mody University of Science and Technology, Lakshmangarh, Sikar, Rajasthan. Email: bsrathore555@gmail.com CSR PRACTICES OF INDIAN CORPORATE HOUSES: HRD INTERVENTION Abstract In the recent past stakeholders started demanding dividend from corporate houses using society’s resources. Hence, corporate houses found way through human resource development (HRD) for greater focus on social responsibility and ecological sustainability. Also, Human resource development (HRD) is increasingly expected to play a facilitative role in corporate social responsibility (CSR), sustainability, and ethics in organizations. The basic aim of this article is to study the CSR practices through HRD of Indian corporate houses to explore the engagement of HRD professionals in corporate social responsibility (CSR), examining one central question: how do HRD professionals perceive their roles and challenges in implementing CSR in organizations that claim CSR to be a key focus of their corporate identity and operation? Understandings of CSR vary and are widely contested, but for the purposes of this discussion, CSR is defined as treating the stakeholders of the firm ethically

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