Corporate Social Responsibility Program By Mcshane And Cunningham

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Corporate Social Responsibility or CSR is a “form of corporate self-regulation integrated into a business model. CSR policy functions as a self-regulatory mechanism whereby a business monitors and ensures its active compliance with the spirit of the law, ethical standards and national or international norms” (Wikipedia). In the Abstract of To Thine Own Self Be True? Employees’ Judgments of the Authenticity of Their Organization’s Corporate Social Responsibility Program by McShane and Cunningham, the beginning of the research is about how each corporation in the world relies on its employees to represent it and become an evangelist of the company’s created products. CSR is known as an opportunity to grow within the company rather than being …show more content…
The feedback will make all the employee in the company happy and will solve many ethical issues in the workspace. The employees of a company have to follow the rules and regulations given to them. The employee will also see how the program helps with his/her relationship with the company. There is a saying, “the notion of being true to oneself” (McShane and Cunningham 82).McShane and Cunningham found a few ways to describe CSR: “a moral character, individual search for what is real, truthfulness, accuracy reliability and genuineness” (McShane and Cunningham 83). For a company to become self-authentic, they can give their employees time to give feedback and ideas on what they can do better to make it a fun place to work. The company also has to also take into consideration the stakeholders who have invested their time and money to make sure their hard work is paying off. What employees will also do is compare the CSR program in their company to the standard guidelines created by the creator of the CSR program to make sure everything and everyone is

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