Human Resource Management’s Role in Corporate Social Responsibility: A Roadway to Sustain
9 Pages Posted: 5 Mar 2017
Date Written: January 18, 2017
As human Resource influences many key systems and business processes underpinning effective delivery, it is very important to foster a CSR ethic and achieve a high-performance CSR culture. Human Resource Management can play a pivotal role so that CSR can become “the way we do things around here.” It cannot be denied that human resource can be a key organizational partner to ensure that what the organization says publicly aligns with how people are treated within the organization. Today, Human Resource is in an enviable position to provide the tools and framework for the team of executives and CEO to embed CSR ethic and culture into the brand and strategic framework of the organization.
Objective: This paper will focus to understand the elements which need to be in place to foster a high-performance CSR organization and device a roadmap for firms willing to become a high performing CSR organization.
Methodology: This paper is based on secondary data obtained from sources like Journals, Articles, and Websites etc.
Findings: The present paper would enable us to know the role played by the human resource management towards corporate social responsibility which is regarded as a roadway to sustain.
Limitations: Due to the paucity of time and other constraints, it was not possible to take steps for collecting primary data.
Originality/Value: The present endeavor would highlight the HR implications by enlarging the vision of the corporate visionaries which speaks that CSR activities should not only be outbound but also inbound which is essential for the sustainability of the employees and their satisfaction within the workplace.
Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility, Human Resource Management, CEO, Ethic, Culture
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