Integrating Individual Social Responsibility in a Corporate Framework: The SAI Way
The five basic universal values (truth, right conduct, peace, love and non-violence) that make us ‘human’ are not just relevant but are essential and integral to professional and organisational development (Fig. 11.1). The individual and the organisation have a reciprocal relationship with nature and society, with an obligation to give something back in return for the benefits provided by them.
KeywordsCorporate Social Responsibility Social Responsibility Corporate Social Responsibility Activity Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative Corporate Social Responsibility Programme
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