Corporate Social Responsibility: Between Legal and Voluntariness
Virginia López Nevárez
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been appearing more frequently on the schedules of companies due to a number of social, environmental, and economic existing in society pressures. Therefore, it has demanded an active involvement of businesses and a greater commitment of all stakeholders. It was established aimed at understanding the different perspectives and concepts of CSR, to analyze the commitment and voluntary decision of the companies in its application from the sponsoring agencies of CSR. The results report that the legal framework and the smooth nature of CSR involves new roles and relationships between governments and companies, which must go beyond voluntarily bound by systems management indicators socially responsible.
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