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En quoi le concept de RSE peut-il contribuer au renouvellement des politiques de ressources humaines ?


  • André Boyer
  • Marie José Scotto
  • Hervé Tiffon


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

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  • André Boyer & Marie José Scotto & Hervé Tiffon, 2014. "En quoi le concept de RSE peut-il contribuer au renouvellement des politiques de ressources humaines ?," Working Papers 2014-164, Department of Research, Ipag Business School.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipg:wpaper:2014-164

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    1. Buti,Marco & Deroose,Servaas & Gaspar,Vitor & Martins,João Nogueira (ed.), 2010. "The Euro," Cambridge Books, Cambridge University Press, number 9789279098420.
    2. Heledd Jenkins, 2006. "Small Business Champions for Corporate Social Responsibility," Journal of Business Ethics, Springer, vol. 67(3), pages 241-256, September.
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    2. Marie José Scotto & Hervé Tiffon & André Boyer & Nadia Daecken, 2014. "De la diversité des âges à la gestion intergénérationnelle : Le développement des politiques intergénérationnelles dans les entreprises en France Le cas de trois banques Françaises," Working Papers 2014-135, Department of Research, Ipag Business School.
    3. Marie-Josée SCOTTO & Dominique BONET FERNANDEZ & Hervé TIFFON, 2014. "Le rôle des évaluations externes dans le développement des politiques RSE en France : Quel crédit pour les Prix ?," Working Papers 2014-134, Department of Research, Ipag Business School.

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    Sustainable Development; Corporate Social Responsibility; Human Resources Management; Values; Social-organizational-economic efficiency.;

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