Even though many managing directors say that sustainability and corporate responsibility are priorities, the focus of the board is usually on the financial key figures. CSR is still something that many associate with nice-to-have philanthropy or necessary risk management, rather than the financial bottom line. In other words, they have difficulty seeing the business case of CSR. In this article international social business advisor, Tania Ellis, elaborates on two main reasons why companies are stuck in the CSR compliance trap. Click on ‘Read more’ to access the entire article.
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