Business Improvement with Investors in People
Corporate Social Responsibility Handbook
- Investors in People
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
Investors in People defines Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as 'a management approach that recognises that an organisation's activities have an impact on the society in which it operates'.
The 'Corporate Social Responsibility Handbook' – part of the 'Business Improvement with Investors in People' series – examines how companies conduct their business and looks at whether a particular organisation's approach is ethical, impacts on the environment, long-term sustainability strategies, human rights, and social impact.
What is CSR?
The benefits of CSR and implementing a CSR strategy
CSR from the perspectives of assessors, retailers and financiers
CSR in action and reporting CSR activities
The CSR Academy – a UK government initiative
UK organisations championing CSR
|Size||148 x 210mm||Price||£22.50|
|Format||Paperback||Published||03 May 2007|
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