Corporate social responsibility

How Businesses Get Benefited by Corporate Social Responsibility?

Corporate Social Responsibility also known as corporate citizenship is the sense of conscience that a corporation integrates with its business model. CSR initiatives in India demonstrates to both consumers and the media, the selfless social interest of a company that is not undertaken for profit margins. The companies that have embraced CSR stands exceptional in terms of brand differentiation, socio-economic contentment and employee satisfaction.

Why CSR matters to your business?

In the corporate sector, the role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is as pivotal as some other business speculations or developmental arrangem...

Save Water to Secure Your Future

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CSR, the mandate: According to World Bank (2002), Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a process of managing the cost and benefits of business act...

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