Corporate Social Responsibility

Businesses that practice corporate social responsibility aim to improve communities, the economy or the environment.

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a type of business self-regulation with the aim of being socially accountable. There is no one "right" way companies can practice CSR; many corporate CSR initiatives strive to positively contribute to the public, the economy or the environment. In today's socially conscious environment, employees and customers place a premium on working for and spending their money with businesses that prioritize CSR. 


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