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Corporate Social Responsibilty
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Corporate Social Responsibility - A report for the Director of Tesco's
Benefits of a good CSR policy 2,3
Impacts if not Introduced 4,5
Recommendations & conclusion 6,7
References & Bibliography 8
Corporate Social Responsibility - A report for the Board of Directors of Tesco's
With the growth of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the majority of organisations over the last 20 years it is evident through developing strategies to incorporate CSR the importance it can have is widespread. Tesco's have used such strategies to enable them to gain competitive edge but at the same time neglected some of its responsibilities which has lead to missed opportunities & knocks on its reputation.
The meaning of CSR given by the European Communities (2001) is "a concept whereby companies integrate social & environmental concerns in the business operations & their interactions with their stakeholders on a voluntary basis"
This underlines the importance of getting it right in the overall view of an organisation to all stakeholders. This said it has been argued that this philosophy isn't as clear with Frankental (2001) who describes it as "a
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