Social Responsibility and Labour Force (Lebanon Case Study)
AbstractIn this paper, we will define social responsibility. We are also going to demonstrate the advantages and disadvantages of being socially responsible toward labor. Then, we will explain the characteristics of social responsibility and the government role in this issue.
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This chapter was published in: Leila Abboud & Tarek M. AbdulRazek , , pages 735-751, 2010.
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