Organizational responsibility covers a range of closely related—even virtually synonymous—areas of research and practice, including social responsibility, organizational citizenship, sustainable business, and social performance. This leads to a similar plethora of definitions for organizational responsibility and social and other types of responsibility. In addition, the many authors who have reviewed organizational responsibility literature and research have a variety of perspectives, but the one thing they agree on is the remarkable lack of synthesis and cohesion in theory, definitions, and research results.
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This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract The author reviews the corporate social responsibility CSR literature that includes the individual level of analysis referred to as micro CSR in the article based on articles, book chapters, and books.
A framework is provided that integrates organizational psychology and CSR, with the purpose of highlighting synergies in order to advance scholarship and practice in both fields. The review is structured so that first, a brief overview is provided.
Second, the literatures on organizational psychology and CSR are integrated. Third, gaps are outlined illuminating opportunities for future research. Finally, a research agenda is put forward that goes beyond addressing gaps and focuses on how organizational psychology and CSR can be partners in helping move both fields forward—specifically, through a humanistic research agenda rooted in positive psychology.
Almost every major organization is engaged to some extent in CSR. In parallel, the growth of the scholarly CSR literature has been exponential.
In a review of the literature, Aguinis and Glavas found that over half of the peer-reviewed articles on CSR have been published in the last decade. Although most of the extant literature on CSR is at the macro i.
Moreover, in a survey of organizational psychologists conducted by the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, CSR was viewed as one of the top trends affecting the workplace Below, In addition, special issues have been published recently on the intersection of CSR and organizational psychology in leading journals such as Personnel Psychology Morgeson et al.
Therefore, this review answers the calls of Aguinis and Aguinis and Glavas a to further create synergies between the fields of organizational psychology and CSR.SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ORGANIZATIONAL ETHICS The term social responsibility means different things to different people.
Generally, corporate social responsibility is the obligation to take action that protects and improves the welfare of society as a whole, as well as supports organizational interests.
According to the concept of corporate social responsibility. Cost And Benefit Of Coperate Social Responsibility and why Organisation Seek to Promote Sustainable and Ethecal Business Practice. This assessment requires students to produce an analytical essay on (Explore the costs and benefits of corporate social responsibility, and why organization(s) seek to promote and demonstrate sustainable .
LITERATURE REVIEW Introduction the term stakeholder extends to anyone who feels the impact of the organisation. public authorities and investors in the context of globalization and large scale industrial change.
but it also means operating in an ethical way. This argument points to the fact that feelings of ethics and social.
The high ranking of corporate social responsibility (CSR) on research agendas (Greenfield ; Maignan and Ralston ; McWilliams et al. ; Pearce and Doh ) appears interdisciplinary literature review on CSR implementation and change models thus is clear.
5 business and ethics are separate realms, or strategy and . Corporate Social Responsibility at Proctor and Gamble (P&G) Posted on October 20, by John Dudovskiy Johnson, Scholes and Whittington () state that Corporate Social Responsibility is concerned with the ways in which an organisation exceeds the minimum obligations to stakeholders specified through regulation and corporate .
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