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Do the majority of organisations undertake corporate social responsibility initiatives primarily for altruistic reasons? Discuss. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) encompasses the obligation of companies to ensure their actions are not harmful to the wider society and the environment (Graafland & Schouten, 2012, p.377). In today’s society CSR is enforced by laws, and involvement in initiatives to expand on this commitment is expected and valued by most communities (Lindorff & Peck, 2010, p.60).

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Corporate social responsibility (CSR) encompasses the obligation of companies to ensure their actions are not harmful to the wider society and the environment (Graafland & Schouten, 2012, p.377). In today’s society CSR is enforced by laws, and involvement in initiatives to expand on this commitment is expected and valued by most communities (Lindorff & Peck, 2010, p.60). The extent to which organisations participate in these initiatives is dependent on the reasoning and motivation behind the company’s efforts. Determining whether they undertake these initiatives primarily for altruistic reasons is difficult as it relies on self-­‐report data and there can be bio directional ambiguity be...
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