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La responsabilité sociétale des entreprises et la médiation

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  • Grelon, Bernard
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  • Mattei, Laetitia
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    Current multifaceted crises bring to light the importance of corporate responsibility in our society, thereby challenging a neoliberal tenet summarized by Milton Friedmand’s famous saying (1970): “The social responsibility of business is to increase its profits”.It is in response to these crises and thanks to the active role played by civil society who now condemns certain practices that the concept of corporate social responsibility (“CSR”) has emerged.Today’s challenge is thus to put in place a responsible marketplace between the company and its stakeholders.In the so-called Grenelle I Law, the French legislator specifies that mediation should be a tool to implement CSR.He therefore advocates the development of mediation as a procedural tool to implement CSR as an integral part of substantive law. Mediation, from both a preventive and a remedial perspective, is accordingly an instrument to implement CSR.The CSR / mediation nexus successfully combines economic efficiency and social, societal and environmental respect.

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