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*What is a stakeholder?
*How does your business define stakeholder?
*Identify your stakeholders and what makes them stakeholders in your business:
- The employee
- The supplier
- The customers
- The government
- The local community and society

*How does your business communicate with its stakeholders?
- Discuss corporate social responsibility in your business.
- Discuss the social issues facing your company.

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Hopefully this gives you a good example. I am a professor for an online for-profit university. I will use this in the example.

What is a stakeholder? A stakeholder is anyone that has a "stake" in the success or failure of a business. This is anyone who is genuinely interested in making sure that the company is successful.

My university defines stakeholders in a similar manner to the definition above, however, they put the most emphasis on the student. We have a motto here that is "students first," and this is a priority that all professors must follow.

Identify your stakeholders and what makes them stakeholders in your business:
-The employee - even contract employees are given opportunities for tuition reimbursement and health insurance benefits after being with the company; we are also given ...

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