Corporate Social Responsibility
What is Corporate Social Responsibility?
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is generally accepted as the way businesses engage their employees, customers, suppliers and shareholders to achieve a balance of economic, environmental and social obligations whilst simultaneously addressing stakeholder expectations.
From a progressive business perspective, CSR typically involves focussing on new opportunities as a way to respond to a combination of economic, social and environmental demands in the marketplace.
Many businesses firmly believe that effective CSR provides clear competitive advantage by stimulating corporate innovation and playing a key role in job and wealth creation. There is no doubt that CSR can be successfully integrated as part of all business enterprises.
The KGA offers a CSR platform for Kirklees encrouaging companies of all size to become more innovative, productive, and competitive as well as enhancing their status and profile through pro-active community engagement.
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