En quoi le concept de RSE peut-il contribuer au renouvellement des politiques de ressources humaines ?
The rise of the concept of CSR can be understood as an answer to the evolution of our societies towards weakened social bonds and lack of trust. The implementation of a CSR policy is strongly linked with HR practices. The HR function plays a major role in the new understanding of HR fundamentals. What we suggest is a “re-discovery” of HR practices. Small and Middle enterprises (SME) might constitute an appropriate framework for new experiences in relation to a renewed Human Resource perspective. The outcome is a social, an organizational and an economic efficiency.
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