Corporate Social Responsibility

In the midst of the on-going debate on how best to achieve good social and environmental performance supply chains are becoming a defining factor.

Information about Corporate Social Responsibility

Many business leaders see globalisation as a primarily economic phenomenon; involving the increased interaction of national economic systems through the growth of international trade, investment and capital flow. Alongside this we have seen a rapid increase in cross border social, cultural and technological exchange. There has also been a steady growth in stakeholder pressure through institutions such as Non-Governmental Organisations to encourage organisations to become good corporate citizens.

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