Determinant Factors of the Organizations’ Involvement in Social Responsibility Programs
The involvement in social responsibility programs became a current practice at the organizations’ level, determined by the necessity of an approach orientated on competition and performance. The social responsibility of actions diversity imposes an approach in stages that has to correlate the organization’s interests with those of the civil society. The present paper highlights the determinant factors ensemble of the implication in social responsibility actions as well as the main difficulties that might interfere at such an initiative’s level. The paper’s conclusions are founded on the basis of a comparative analysis of the results registered at some companies’ level with experience in social responsibility, both in some complex projects’ plan and in the one of reporting according to the international standards.
Volume (Year): 11 (2010)
Issue (Month): 5 (December)
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