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Leadership, Social Responsibility, and Ethics

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The discussion topic is social responsibility. Why should companies feel obligated to consider social responsibility issues? Should they not just go about their business trusting that the surrounding society will adapt to them? By providing jobs, they make the community more secure which fulfills their obligation anyway. After all, there is no line on the balance sheet or income statement for social responsibility. 100 words.

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Companies should feel obligated to consider social responsibility issues due to the fact that it is ethical and just to ensure that an organization's operations do not negatively ...

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