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Internal CSRModels In Hungary

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  • Réka Polák-Weldon

    (University of Pannonia, Hungary)

  • Ágnes Balogh

    (University of Pannonia, Hungary)

  • Eszter Bogdány

    (University of Pannonia, Hungary)

  • Tibor Csizmadia

    (University of Pannonia, Hungary)

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    The aim of the first phase of present research was to identify a set of indicators to measure internal CSR performance of Hungarian medium and large size companies both from the processing industry and service sector. A set of performance indicators was developed through literature reviews, and the revision of relevant sustainability reporting standards and guidelines. For the validation of our proposed measurement system semi-structured interviews with both companies from processing industry and service sector were also carried out. The final set of indicators to measure the activity level of companies’ internal CSR practices include: employment, management-employee relationship, employee training and development, health and wellbeing, and workplace inclusion. The task of the second phase of present research - currently under way - is to determine those relevant organizational conditions under which a high level of employee-oriented CSR practices occur.

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    This chapter was published in: Réka Polák-Weldon & Ágnes Balogh & Eszter Bogdány & Tibor Csizmadia , , pages 755-763, 2013.
    This item is provided by ToKnowPress in its series Active Citizenship by Knowledge Management & Innovation: Proceedings of the Management, Knowledge and Learning International Conference 2013 with number 755-763.
    Handle: RePEc:tkp:mklp13:755-763
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