Week three 1 KJ

Ethical Questions The following are some of the questions I would ask when faced with a potentially unethical action: i. Is itlegal to engage in such a practice?
ii. What are the consequences of engaging in such an unethical activity?
iii. Would it tarnish the reputation of the organization in the eyes of the general public?
Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) refers to the commitments, dedications and responsibilities of a business organization towards the environment and the community at large. An organization which focuses on CSR in its operations manages all its activities in a manner likely to produce positive results to the society. Meaning, it would always tailor its policies to do good a good business because it is good to do so. Hence, it would engage in practices and allocate part of its revenues to sponsor various projects such as environmental conservation exclusively aiming at helping everyone. I would like to point that that the following are the leading SCR companies in USA:
i. Nokia Corporations- As the leading telecommunications company, Nokia Inc h positively impacted on the lives of many people. A part from offering education services on health and agriculture, it ensures that all its products are free of harmful toxicities like chlorine and bromine.
ii. Adidas- Adidas has been very much concerned about sustainable environmental conservation. In fact, it was one of the few organizations which sent their climate declarations to the Congress. Besides, most of its products are made up of between 50 and 100% recycled materials.
iii. Cisco Systems Incorporations-sit has demonstrated its commitments towards CSR by reaching out to the people who might not be exposed to the internet. It collaborated with other like minded entities to establish Community Knowledge Centers in many countries in the Sub-Saharan Africa so as to provide them with internet connectivity. Besides, it’s very much concerned about environmental conservation.

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