Some organizations seem to be interested only in profit. However, there are many corporations who see societal well-being and making a profit as equally important.
NOTE: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is about the social responsibility of corporations to its various stakeholders. It is not about the stakeholderâ€™s responsibility to the corporation. Although you are only responding to two aspects of CSR, students are responsible for learning about CSR to all stakeholders.
Task: a. Define CSR according to the text. b. Define CSR using an external source. c. Explain how corporations are responsible to their stakeholders as shown below: Students whose last names begin with:
A, C, F, J, M, O, P, Q, R, S, V, X, Z: Provide at least three example of CSR to owners and employees.
B, D, E, G, H, I, K L, N, T U, W, Y: Provide at least three example of CSR to customers and the community
Provide support for all responses from the text except for the external source for another definition.