CSR Questions and Answers (Q&A)

There is actually quite a lot of criteria for CSR. CSR stands for "Corporate Social Responsibility" and it is an outline of criteria for companies to ensure that they are not only beneficial to society but also behave and operate under ethical circumstances.

Even though this may seem...

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Improving the CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) seems simple in theory but many of these ideas would mean hiring new employees who are skilled at implementing new environmentally friendly policies and could even require that someone be fired if they are repeatedly causing an unsafe or...

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Yes, I think CSR is one of the most important things about a business and many others agree. The economics of a company may have been generally okay without CSR in the past but as time goes on, more and more people care about what kind of companies they are giving their money to and promoting...

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Yes, CSR is very successful throughout the world and continues to grow and gain a lot of support from investors and customers. CSR stands for Corporate Social Responsibility and is an important part of either building your business and brand or by trying to improve customer views of the...

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Expedia - Give them wings

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Corporate life has the ability to teach you many good (and many hard) lessons if you are invested and pay attention. Some easy lessons would be things like learning new skills. If you are a part of a corporation, then chances are you had to be taught how to use things like a fax machine, a...

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Just as anything else, there are always pros and cons to CSR. CSR means Corporate Social Responsibility which outlines some important duties of companies to promote safe work spaces, acceptance of all humans and their individual needs, and even requires companies to keep renovating ideas and...

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There are several different companies which had the highest CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) and most do not come as much as a surprise as they are usually very large companies. The company Marc Jacobs has a very high CSR and even donated to/worked with a charity that rescues homeless...

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50% reduction in CO2(GHG emissions)
50% reduction in water per unit of finished product
50% reduction in waste per unit of finished product

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Was about to recall Vioxx and the DuPuy hip replacement when Merck and J&J agreed to voluntarily recall the products

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