ASSESSMENT AND SELF-ASSESSMENT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: PROBLEMS AND DECISIONSJournal: Journal of Engineering Management and Competitiveness (JEMC) (Vol.3, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2013-06-30
Authors : Larisa NIKITINA;
Page : 11-16
Keywords : Corporate Social Responsibility; Indicator; Social Accountability; Results Matrix; Standard;
Currently, the requirements for the social side of the enterprise are increasingly growing. It applies to businesses of all types of ownership, size, organizational and legal forms, regardless of their geographical location, type of activity, cultural and national traditions. In Russia, after extensive discussion of CSR essence in the last decade, the situation has been stabilized. Further extension of CSR is largely hindered by the lack of clear and accessible teaching approaches to organizing and implementing social activities in the enterprises of the region, based on certain rules and requirements. One of the attributes of socially responsible behavior of companies is to follow certain standards, since they are the main tool to assess the stakeholders and also allows the company to objectively present their own level to achieve socially important parameters of development. In 2011, the author participated in the development of the "Standard of Corporate Social Responsibility of Enterprises of Voronezh Region", which laid the evaluation indicators of the regional specificity. In this paper, the technique of self-assessment of corporate social responsibility based on the construction of the results matrix in the spheres of responsibility and stakeholder engagement is represented.
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