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What is Corporate Social Responsibility?

What is Corporate Social Responsibility?

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is about how companies make their profits; it implies a systemic change in the market economy. CSR is often perceived as a public relation tool, to clean or wipe or (Greenwash) out the image of a company to make it more appealing and more aware to the society. The truth is that it requires a system of deontological values and a real commitment from the whole company, from top management to employees and suppliers. Social and ecological criteria must be taken in consideration; as well as the treatment of employees, organization of the production process, products, services offered and responsible practices of suppliers. Read More »

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