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Seven or Fewer Core Contents of Social Responsibility?

Mira Zore, Majda Bastič, Matjaž Mulej

Abstract


Corporate social responsibility (CSR) replaces causes of the current crisis by
principles of accountability, transparency, ethics, and respect for organizational
stakeholders, the law, international standards, and human rights (International
Organization for Standardization, 2010). Interdependence and a holistic approach
link them and CSR’s core contents. We examined if Slovene companies involve
all seven CSR core contents of ISO 26000 (CSR to employees, customers, local
community, environment, human rights, ethical behavior, and leadership). The
analysis united three of them—CSR to employees, ethical behavior, and human
rights—into CSR leadership to employees.


Keywords


CSR, customers, employees, leadership, Slovenia, ISO 26000

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