Corporate Social Responsibility

by Marius Wlassak Business Media Consultant
Corporate Social Responsibility
– An Introduction

Corporate Social Responsibility in business is essentially about achieving economic success and competitive advantage by building reputation and gaining the trust of people. CSR is fast becoming an integral part of corporate strategy, management practices, business operations and product development. Corporate Social Responsibility enhances business sustainability, provides new opportunities, develop customer loyalty and improves stakeholder relationships. It is only recently that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices have emerged as a priority and companies are beginning to realize CSR’s potential as a strategic management tool.

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About Marius Wlassak Magnate II     Business Media Consultant

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Joined APSense since, May 18th, 2007, From Munich, Germany.

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Marius Wlassak Magnate II   Business Media Consultant
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Jan 9th 2013 04:13   
Nnamdi A. Magnate III   Internet Marketer
CSR has indeed helped business organizations gain the trust and confidence of their host communities as they spend a very little of their profits to attend to the welfare of their hosts. No person loses; all gain out of CSR.
Jan 13th 2013 09:22   
Marius Wlassak Magnate II   Business Media Consultant
Finally a wise answer. Thanks a lot Nnamdi - your words are very appreciated.
Jan 13th 2013 09:24   
Chuck Bartok Professional   Veteran Entrepreneur now Sharing
All of our companies have practiced this philosophy for over 4 decades.
It is just common sense to Give More to get more. Creating better environments, employee well being and neighborhoods have always been a positive investment.
We just never used these new fangled terms to describe what is obviously common sense business practice....and is very profitable also
Jan 13th 2013 10:47   
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