Collin MacGibson, President of On-Time Technology Products just put you in charge of hiring a several new employees and researching new voicemail systems. If you were hiring a receptionist, CSR, virtual assistant, and telemarketer, what essential phone service skills would you look for in your top candidates? Describe a voic
Find 3 Academic articles about CSR and 2 of them MUST be about Limitation and Criticism of CSR. a. Provide of summary for each article (APA style) b. Examples / Methods of two or three different companies about Company A, Company B, Company C c.Feedback of CSR d. Conclusion
Corporate social responsibility and MNC: why it is important, how to take action, amount of involvement.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a controversial subject when determining how the MNCs should function, especially in less developed countries (LDC). Why is it important for a MNC to consider CSR? How do they take action? The level of corporate responsibility ranges from low involvement to high, proactive involvement; ex
Write about a particular organization, in depth, describing its corporate social responsibility (CSR) policies and practices (either the presence and/or absence of them). Support that organization's approach to CSR with research.
The solution addresses the question: How do purchasing agents consider social responsibility in selecting suppliers? When an organization utilizes materials from suppliers in manufacturing, social responsibility should be a consideration of the purchasing agent. For example, raw materials made in third world country where wo
What would be some recommendations for MNCs operating in less developed countries (LDC) to promote a mutually beneficial, long-term, constructive relationship based on CSR and interdependence with the LDC?
How can a foreign subsidiary located in the United States improve its CSR in the United States? Are attitudes toward CSR in the United States changing as more foreign subsidiaries locate within the United States? How and why?
Explain whether it is appropriate for a multinational organization to be held accountable for more than merely adhering to the law and conducting its operations within international and domestic ethical norms. By considering several theories on social responsibility and describe the limits, if any, of the theory. Also explaining
Respond to the following, using link below Anglo-American and Primark as examples: 1) Describe what is meant by ethical business behavior; 2) Describe how these two companies - Anglo-American and Primark - apply ethics in practice; 3) Discuss the costs and benefits to an organization when that organization behaves ethicall
Text Book: Modern Management: Concepts and Skills Chapter 3, Page number: 77 1. The preceding information implies that managers should communicate to other organization members the extent to which their organizations will be involved in performing social responsibility activities. Could the lack of such communication hinder
Need assistance to define/explain Corporate Social Responsibility. What are the different types of social responsibility and why have these gradually taken more importance over time?
This is a general discussion regarding corporate social responsibility and its focus on ethics. For the purpose of presenting a corporate example, IBM is spotlighted. Within the pages of this discussion, the different aspects of CSR are discussed as they are managed by IBM, however, these aspects are true and cross compatible to
Companies need to keep track of trends so they can change to address them. There are two ways organizations interact with trends. One is when a change in the external environment forces companies to make changes in the way they function. The second is when the internal actions of companies trigger off a trend in the external env
Describe the trends in CSR. Support your rationale with research
Judge the actions of these companies as either legal and unethical, legal and ethical, illegal and ethical, or illegal and unethical? Support your judgments for each company selected. Bank of America After receiving $45 billion in taxpayer bailout funds, Bank of America sponsored a fieve-day carnival-like event outside the 2
How does internet communication and internet information relate to corporate social responsibility? What are possible ethical and unethical implications involved?
Social Responsibility at Starbucks: is program well communicated to public? How to determine which programs to support and how much? How should results be measured?
1. Starbucks has worked hard to act ethically and responsibly. Has it donea good job communicating its efforts to consumers? Do consumers believe Starbucks is a responsible company? Why or why not? 2. Where does a company like Starbucks draw the line on supporting socially responsible programs? Fore xample, how much of its a
Discuss and analyze relevant corporate responsibility issues on Internet Communication.
Comment the following quote: ''Capitalism is the cause of fraud in investments and financial problems of today.''
Question: Is Capitalism harmful for the environment? As responsible consumers, what can we do to protect our environment in a capitalist world?
Please answer only 1 of the following 6 questions with a (1.5 minimum to 2 page maximum) answer in Microsoft Word. It can be a bit over 2 pages if need be. Keep the mind set of corporate social responsibility and opinions should be unbiased (in other words opinions should be for or against not for and against). 1. Is the curr
Discussion of Environmental Issues: a PowerPoint presentation on corporate social responsibility and environmental issues.
Hi, I need some assistance with the following task, I am having some difficulty getting started. Task: Prepare a 6 - 8 slide PowerPoint presentation identifying and discussing some of the environmental issues faced by business and society with at least two strategic approaches organizations are using to respond to these issu
Research at least three articles on the conflict between individual rights and social responsibilities. Compare and contrast the two views regarding which should be given precedence when conflicts arise.
In what ways do Systems Theory and the Triple Bottom Line Theory support or negate each other?
Please read the attached PowerPoint and answer the following questions: 1. Please list two different aspects of the "discretionary" level on the Pyramid of Social Responsibility which could give a firm a competitive advantage. 2.What is the source for determining the horizontal and vertical axes on an Industry Position Ma
Today's changing legal, economic, and social environments require ethics programs aimed at protecting the company and its stakeholders, including stockholders, customers, employees, and others. Study the Web site and annual report of the company you selected, (Wal-Mart in this case) and provide a brief overview: 1. Describe t
Discuss if an organization should always adopt a broad stance on a social responsibility and the outcome it can provide if done so. Over 300 words with reference.
What ethical issues related to marketing do corporations face today?
Much like individuals, organizations also exist within the community. How does an organization's responsibility within a community differ from the individual's? Not all organizations have moved to develop socially responsible initiatives. Others may have a socially responsible effort but it may not be a fit for the organizati
Business and social responsibility A) If you agree that companies do have a social responsibility then what do you do when it conflicts with the responsiblity to the stock holders? Could it be that social responsibility trumps profitability in some cases or the concept that the real reason for a company is in business is only to maximize profit and whatever stops that is not suppose to be on their list of goals? What do you think B) Write a vision statement for Twitter or take theirs and make it better and explain. C) Do you agree that united airline is supporting a environmental safety and long term health of its employees?
A) If you agree that companies do have a social responsibility then what do you do when it conflicts with the responsiblity to the stock holders? Could it be that social responsibility trumps profitability in some cases or the concept that the real reason for a company is in business is only to maximize profit and whatever stops