Social Responsability

Marcela Ivankovich

Social responsibility is defined as the voluntary commitment of companies to contribute to social, economic and environmental improvement. This, apart from generating benefits to the agents involved, also improves their competitiveness, prestige and added value. This condition goes beyond regulations or legal requirements, since they demand an ethical commitment, environmental and social awareness, and communication at all levels of the organization.

The protection of the environment, help and development of socially vulnerable communities, protection of the natural and cultural wealth of a population, incentives for workers, prohibition and denunciation of undesirable situations such as: child labor, pregnant women, slavery, are examples of corporate social responsibility.

Similarly, the selection of the supply chain that has a social conscience, the selection of raw materials compatible with the environment and the safety that these do not come from companies that fail to comply with labor regulations are part of this system. At an international level, ISO 26000 are a set of guides that establish lines in the area of ​​Social Responsibility established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

Therefore, if this topic is of interest to you, and you want advice or consultancy on the implementation of social responsibility based regulations, we invite you to contact us.

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