Social Responsibility

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Social responsibility is an ethical principle that everyone from individuals to organizations and corporations act in a way that is universally beneficial to society at large.  Corporate social responsibility is a business ethics decision in which corporations leverage influence and resources to maintain balance between the economy and the ecosystem.

 

Individual and corporate social responsibility ranges from charitable giving and volunteering to carbon footprint reduction and fair trade. (Photo: Shutterstock)

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