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  • Social Responsibilities And Social Responsibility

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    The ever-growing social demands and the intense competitions between individuals continuously change education institutions’ behavior. This perspective comes from the socio-economic environment. Under this circumstance, more attention has been paid to Social Responsibility (SR) that all organizations need to take for the interests and welfare of the society (Vasilescu et al., 2010). When it comes to Higher Education Institutions (HEI), SR becomes the obligation of universities via responsible actions

  • Social Responsibility And Corporate Responsibility

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    I. INTRODUCTION The concept of social responsibility likely has its roots in the Puritans and Quakers teachings of the 16th and 17th centuries. Puritans characterized humanity negatively, believing humankind to be hopelessly sinful. Quakers held a positive view, believing that of there is God (good) inside everyone. According to Heald [1970], corporate managements began to demonstrate social responsibility by considering community welfare as a whole in their goals to maximize profits and shareholders

  • Responsibility And Social Responsibility

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    “We have a social responsibility, a constitutional opportunity and a moral obligation to help others” - Janie Lewis (EnkiQuotes, 2017). As the quote suggests, it is our law-abiding obligation to take care of the society by helping each other in tough situations and make the world a better place to live. Social Responsibility is the foremost responsibility in which all individuals are responsible for consummating their ethical duties which would benefit the society and make a balance between the

  • The Importance Of Social Responsibility

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    The Importance of Social Responsibility in Business Social responsibility can be described as the positive influence a business has on the surrounding community. When a company is socially responsible, it means that instead of the main concern being solely on current or future profits; it should focus on creating a positive impact in the society in which it operates. A company’s attitude towards social responsibility can also have a great impact on whether they will thrive as a business or be unsuccessful

  • Social Responsibility

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    “The social responsibility can be defined as the obligation of the organization to act in ways that serve both its own interests (making a profit) and the interests of its stakeholder.” (Sandy Millar, Christopher Theunissen, 2008, P69) Socially responsible organization takes action to ensure that their activities do not affect any of the stakeholders in a negative way. The McDonald’s is the leading global foodservice retailer with more than 30,000 local restaurants serving 52 million people in more

  • Sainsbury Social Responsibility

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    Responsibility is an integral part of Sainsbury’s work culture and it has been firm on its beliefs that taking from the society shall always be far lesser than what Sainsbury’s is giving back to the society. The Corporate social responsibility framework has been implemented by Sainsbury’s by keeping in mind that the environment and society always gets the benefits of what Sainsbury’s is doing & to achieve that, it is necessary that sustainable development practices are brought into action and this

  • The Social Responsibility Of Business

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    In his paper titled The Social Responsibility of Business is to Increase Its Profits”, Milton Friedman addresses the key issue of weighing social responsibility against profit maximization for shareholders. This conflict is the basis for Friedman’s whole paper, as he explores the two sides of the situation. In order to set up his argument, Friedman lays down a framework by explicitly stating a certain premise. This is that businessman view “social responsibility” and profit as not being mutually

  • The Social Responsibility Theory

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    Abstract This paper aims to explain the social responsibility theory and give a case study that elaborates on the subject and provide you with a better understanding of what is this theory exactly and how it should be implemented. The first part of the paper begins by explaining the broad concept of social responsibility, and displaying some studies regarding the relationship between social responsibility and the economic performance of institutions, then moves towards explaining two normative theories

  • Corporate Social Responsibility: What Is Corporate Social Responsibility?

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    Corporate Social Responsibility  What is CSR? Corporate Social Responsibility is the continuing assurance by the business world to contribute to economic progress while improving the quality of life of the employees and their families as well as of the local commune and society at large. Different organizations made various definitions, although there is considerable common opinion between them. Corporate Social Responsibility is, how organizations manage the business plans to produce an overall

  • Corporate Social Responsibility : Corporate Responsibility

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    Corporate social responsibility may also be referred to as "corporate citizenship" and can involve spending finances that do not directly benefit the company but rather advocate positive social and environmental change. The soul in the next economy forum presentation made it evident that achieving corporate social responsibly in a company can reap major benefits in terms of finances, more inspiring workplace and customer satisfaction. In the past, companies mistakenly thought that corporate social responsibility