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Corporate Social Responsibility: SIA Members’ Role in Society

corporate social responsibility report

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a form of business self-regulation involving the development of practices to create a symbiotic relationship between an organization and the community. Organizations can create this relationship by participating in community service, growing labor relations, creating philanthropic events and more. This white paper explores key concepts in CSR and environmental, social and governance (ESG), how the practices have become major factors in business, policies that affect CSR and ESG, the social and financial benefits of implementing CSR/ESG programs, examples of effective CSR/ESG programs and additional resources for companies.

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