A question of ethics
As companies become more concerned about their global reputations, the issue of corporate social responsibility has moved gradually to the fore. Tom Flanagan and Charlotte Hamer take a look at the possible implications for employment law
As a concept, corporate social responsibility (CSR) is not new; what is new is the increasing emphasis it has been given. In 1993, the then president of the European Commission (EC) Jacques Delors exhorted businesses to develop policies to promote lifelong learning, equal opportunities for all, social inclusion and sustainable development.
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