Corporate Social Responsibility

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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) :

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) - A Necessity

Made By : Our Research Topics : ( Class XI – I ):

Made By : Our Research Topics : ( Class XI – I ) Kartik Khanna Shraddha Saraf Vidur Relan Aditya Taneja Nandita Sharma Varsha Dudy Vidhi Arora Diksha Malla

What is CSR? :

What is CSR? Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is about managing your business to achieve both commercial and social benefit. In essence it’s about managing your social, community and environmental impacts to help you improve results, reduce risks and enhance your reputation. It is also about growing your business in a way that has value for everyone connected to it. CSR is also referred as corporate conscience, corporate citizenship, social performance or sustainable responsible business. The goal of CSR is to embrace responsibility for the company's actions and encourage a positive impact through its activities on the environment, consumers, employees, communities, stakeholders and all other members of the public sphere. CSR is titled to aid an organization's mission as well as a guide to what the company stands for and will uphold to its consumers .


Bridges the company with its consumer and investor: There is growing expectation from the organizations to behave responsibly & CSR works as a Ethics Certificate for the same Shifting paradigm of Consumer awareness: The Shift from corporate consumerism towards 'Green' and 'Ethical' consumerism has made the corporate to be green and ethical for consumer acceptance. Legislation: CSR covers Health & Safety , Environmental Protections , Sustainability surety and helps visibility of Codes of Practice Globalization : Adoption of 'Best Practice', Consumer & Legal Acceptance makes a easy way through the global market and helps reorganization Why do we need CSR?

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Advantages of CSR

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Examples Of CSR

McDonalds Social Responsibility :

McDonalds Social Responsibility

Values in Action:

Values in Action Sustainability Greener Than Ever Recycle, Renew Animal Welfare



Ronald McDonald House Charities :

Ronald McDonald House Charities Home Away from Home The Ronald McDonald House program provides a home near hospitals to families who need a place to stay while their child receives medical treatment. Staying Nearby The Ronald McDonald Family Room program provides a comfortable place for family members to rest within the hospital, often just steps from their child’s bedside. Helping Children in Need The Ronald McDonald Care Mobile program offers essential medical, dental and educational services to more than 150,000 children annually. McHappy Day Since 2002, mcdonald has brought its franchisees, employees, suppliers and customers together in a worldwide annual fundraiser , which has raised nearly $170 million for both Ronald McDonald House Charities and other local children’s charities.

Panasonic’s social Responsibility:

Panasonic’s social Responsibility


Aim As global warming becomes more serious, and there arises concern about the depletion of resources, and about the ecosystem being in crisis, global environmental issues have become the biggest social problems we have to address as a global community. Panasonic have long been carrying out our business activities following a management philosophy of “contributing to society.” In this regard, Panasonic wants to lead the industry in bringing about a “green revolution,” and they also want to make a contribution starting in an area which affects the day-to-day lives of people, a contribution worthy of Panasonic. Having such a goal firmly in mind, they have set a vision looking to the 100th anniversary of their founding, and announced it at their Annual Management Policy Meeting on January 18, 2010. By fiscal 2019, the 100th anniversary of their founding, we aim to become the No. 1 Green Innovation Company in the Electronics Industry. Panasonic will make the “environment” central to all of our business activities and bring forth “Green Life Innovation” and “Green Business Innovation

Panasonic’s green plan 2018:

Panasonic’s green plan 2018

Panasonic's Position on Conflict Minerals:

Panasonic's Position on Conflict Minerals Panasonic considers the issue of conflict minerals ( Tin, tantalum, tungsten, gold) to be of grave concern as a source of funding for organizations that are involved with human rights abuses, environmental destruction, bribery, and other unlawful activities in conflict areas( Democratic Republic of the Congo, and neighboring nations) To fulfill its social responsibility in its procurement practices, Panasonic, in principle, has adopted a policy of non-use of conflict-related minerals as raw materials. In the unlikely event that Panasonic discovers that it is inadvertently using conflict-related minerals, the Company will immediately take steps towards their non-use. To put this system in place, Panasonic sent a communication to all members of the Panasonic Group in December 2010, ordering them to make sure that they are not using conflict-related minerals. In February 2011, Panasonic began encouraging its main suppliers to identify their mineral sources.

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“CSR means that a company's business model should be socially responsible and environmentally sustainable. By socially responsible, it means that the company's activities should benefit the society and by environmentally sustainable it means that the activities of the company should not harm the environment.” THANK YOU

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