Category | Internalizing CSR

Employee Participation in Embedding CSR: The role of Corporate Identity and Ethics

“The social context in which business operates at the beginning of the 21st century is uncertain, complex and dynamic.” (Fitzgerald 2003) “An integrated CSR culture (is where) external-led policies and actions used to support reputation and stakeholder engagement are matched by internal business strategies and decisions driven by social and environmental principles.” (Hancock 2005) In [...]

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Internalizing CSR – The Top 3 Essential Elements

As we look back at the first decade of the 21st century, taking a very broad overview, reflecting over all areas of human action, the overall picture seems quite dismal for the people on this planet. This may sound like a sweeping statement, but is really the answer if we are in agreement on the [...]

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Strategies for Internalizing CSR

For companies operating in diverse global communities, CSR is both challenging and exciting. It’s challenging in that there will never be enough resources to meet the enormity of the needs. In turn, it’s exciting because partnerships can be formed to leverage contributions and engage the heart of your employees. Leveraging is maximized by working across [...]

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Case Studies: Profit – Supply Chain Sustainability

Introduction Red chilies are widely used in South-Asian cuisine since last many decades. Unfortunately red chillies in Pakistan undergo Aflatoxin contamination, which can occur in the fields during the process of harvesting, post-harvesting, drying and storage. Aflatoxin is produced by fungi growing on the chili plant and fruit, and is carcinogenic. At least 13 different [...]

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