Role of Human Resource Management in Corporate Social Responsibility

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ROLE OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

RESEARCH TOPIC
ROLE OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

INSTITUTE
LIAQUAT COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT AND SCIENCES

SUBMITTED TO
KARACHI UNIVERSITY

SUBMITTED BY
SYED ARSALAN IMAM

SUPERVISED BY
SIR ZEESHAN BABER

CLASS
BS VIII

COURSE TITLE
PROJECT REPORT

COURSE NUMBER
BA (H)-622

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

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Corporate Social Responsibility: Corporate social responsibility is a form of corporate self-regulation integrated into a business model. CSR policy functions as a built-in, self-regulating mechanism whereby businesses monitors and ensures its active compliance with the spirit of the law, ethical standards, and international norms.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has become an increasingly accepted topic for both mainstream practice and academic discussion. It focuses on moving organizations away from a single bottom-line philosophy (economic) to encouraging organizations to undertake roles traditionally seen as beyond the scope of the profit-seeking organization such as environmental protection, supporting education and involvement in the community. One of the most commonly referenced terms for this is the “triple bottom line” (economic, social and environmental). This bottom focuses on reducing the organization’s negative impact on the world and it helps to improve their positive image.
CSR is the commitment of a company to behave ethically and to improve its employee’s quality of life, while contributing to economic development. Companies are expected to work with CSR and it can be rewarding for both customers and companies. However, CSR can be damaging for a company if it is performed incorrectly. For example, if the organization`s CSR efforts are focused on areas
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