What is a CSR rating?
The Iowa Corn Suitability Rating (CSR) system was developed by Iowa State University in the early 1970s as a way to measure potential soil productivity based on soil profile, slope characteristics and weather conditions. It is an index ranging from 0 to 100 with CSR values of 100 being the most productive.
What are the advantages of CSR?
The potential benefits of CSR to companies include:
- better brand recognition.
- positive business reputation.
- increased sales and customer loyalty.
- operational costs savings.
- better financial performance.
- greater ability to attract talent and retain staff.
- organisational growth.
- easier access to capital.
How can CSR help societies?
The companies benefit through lower operating costs, increased sales and customer loyalty, greater productivity, gaining ability to attract and keep skilled employees, getting access to more capital through more willing investors etc. CSR is the thoughtful and practical way to give back to the society.
Which is the element of social responsibility?
There are four key aspects of social responsibility: ethical, legal, economic and philanthropic. Businesses that have CSR policies first ensure they are accountable to themselves, their shareholders and their employees. In addition, they hold themselves accountable to their customers and the world around them.
Is the social responsibility of business to increase its profits?
Friedman introduced the theory in a 1970 essay for The New York Times titled “A Friedman Doctrine: The Social Responsibility of Business is to Increase Its Profits”. In it, he argued that a company has no social responsibility to the public or society; its only responsibility is to its shareholders.
Who wrote the social responsibility of business is to increase its profits in the Sept 13 1970 issue of The New York Times Magazine?
What was the first generation CSR called?
As such, First Gen through EDC launched in December 2008 a major reforestation project dubbed “BINHI: A Greening Legacy” (BINHI).