Importance of Social Responsibility in organizations Marcela Ivankovich

Social responsibility (RS) is a term that refers to the efforts made by organizations to positively influence labor, environmental and social aspects not only for their clients and workers, but with local and regional communities. < / p>

One of the characteristics of social responsibility is that its scope goes beyond compliance with current legislation when applied voluntarily, but which has a significant impact on creating a real and conscious commitment to the aspects mentioned above. Of course, implementing a social responsibility system creates a number of advantages for companies, compared to those that do not. Among these advantages are:

–Increase the client portfolio, as there is increasing real concern for environmental, social and labor issues and they are unlikely to want to be related to undesirable cases, such as labor abuse or environmental damage .

–Motivated and proud staff of your company, by working on projects that benefit a particular sector, which also increases your productivity.

- Support for beneficiary communities, by generating positive environmental impacts, contributing to the development of vulnerable or culturally important populations, respect for human rights.

ISO 26000 is a guide to develop a social responsibility system in logical stages with emphasis on continuous improvement, so we invite you to consult our courses of implementation of this system based on this international standard, which they also have in house mode.

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