Business Ethics: Corporate Social Responsibility In Business

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Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate social responsibility is a concept that companies own social and environmental concerns in their business operations and in their interaction with their stakeholders. It is considered that the aim for CSR is to convert from philanthropic rationale to performance-driven task. It is also known as Corporate Responsibility, Corporate Citizenship, Responsible Business, Sustainable Responsible Business (SRB),Corporate Social Performance. It is also defined as Additional responsibilities of businesses to local and wider communities apart from its core responsibility of profit maximization(Simpson and Taylor, 2013).
The issues of business ethics have a long history, and are a main topic in civilian and religious
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They also thinks that its become an edge on those organizations who are not following these rules. and other reason was companies have huge human capital and they can use them in positive way if they follow Cooperate social responsibility rule. as they are equipped with all the necessary resources.
Corporate social responsibility clearly shows that it is unethical for these corporations to be making profits at the expense of the environment and other aspects of the human life. Corporate social responsibility is therefore viewed as a control mechanism to ensure that multi-corporations are responsible for their actions (Werther and Chandler
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It has been shown that there are many different areas in which a company may choose to focus its corporate social responsibility. The top area of focus in corporate social responsibility is on environment. Other areas that should be considered in the development of corporate social responsibility programs are education, health, nutrition and employment. “Social responsibility investment combines investors’ financial goals with their obligation and dedication to factors that ensure the well being of society such as environmental friendly practices, economic growth and justice in society” (Anderson 9). These elements not only epic corporate social responsibility, but also represent ethical standards of a company. It is unethical for some individuals to own so much and earn so much, at the expense of other suffering members of society. It is also unethical for companies to damage environmentally that result in illnesses and loss of life. It can be concluded that Social corporate responsibility and the maintenance of high ethical standards is not an option but an obligation for all
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