Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is when a company operates in an ethical and sustainable way and deals with its environmental and social impacts. This means careful consideration of human rights, the community, environment, and society in which it operates.
It is a piece of an organisation's approach to corporate administration and often meets every part of the business processes, manufacturing, supply chain, human resources, health and safety, and many.As corporate responsibility continues to mature, one of the key shifts we’ve seen in recent years is a move toward “values.” A company’s approach to impact is a reflection of that company’s values -- and the values of its customers, employees and investors. It’s a shift that has been accelerated by the current political climate, in which companies have had to publicly stand up -- both individually and collaboratively -- for values like inclusion, empathy and environmental preservation in the face of questionable policy decisions. The outcome? Responsibility, humanity and influence are now more rooted than ever in the corporate sector
CSR activities may include: