Measuring Work and Environmental Culture as Part of the Internal CSR

8 Pages Posted: 19 Nov 2018

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Nora Rodek

University of Pannonia

Zoltán Birkner

University of Pannonia

Tivadar Máhr

University of Pannonia

Date Written: September 6, 2018

Abstract

Corporate social responsibility is an approach that supports sustainable business operations. Among the elements of the CSR concept (leadership, employees, environment, society, product and service) inward activities are examined in the present study based on the aspects of employee safety and working environment. Examining environmental and occupational safety culture helps the leadership to uncover the areas to be developed in strategy planning. Employee satisfaction, safety and the adequate working conditions are important to have motivated and committed workforce. Currently in the labor market the employees' decision is affected not only by the wage and career opportunities, but also by the working environment and the operational view of the company. We developed an evaluation criteria system for assessing work and environmental culture. In this paper, the results of the measurements are presented that were conducted among the employees of a big corporation.

Keywords: internal CSR, OHS, work and environmental culture, management

JEL Classification: M14

Suggested Citation

Rodek, Nora and Birkner, Zoltán and Máhr, Tivadar, Measuring Work and Environmental Culture as Part of the Internal CSR (September 6, 2018). 2018 ENTRENOVA Conference Proceedings. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3283678 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3283678

Nora Rodek (Contact Author)

University of Pannonia ( email )

Veszprém
Hungary

Zoltán Birkner

University of Pannonia ( email )

Hungary

Tivadar Máhr

University of Pannonia ( email )

Veszprém
Hungary

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