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Six key benefits of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

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Wednesday, 2013, April 17 - 3:45pm

Brand Value and Reputation

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives and programs boost businesses’ industry and overall reputation, which increases the value of their brand and gives them an edge over competition.

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Employees and future work force

More than ever before, employees and prospective employees value sustainability, so by implementing new responsible business practices companies are better able to retain and attract a strong work force.

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Operational effectiveness

Evaluating CRS initiatives will motivate your business to find new and creative ways to boost day-to-day productivity. Companies often find that through sustainable practices, such as recycling, the outcomes are not only good for the environment, but also improve efficiency and in some cases cost reduction.

Risk reduction and management

Having and enforcing sustainable business practices reduces your company’s risk of violating environmental-related legislation.

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Direct financial impact

Most business are able to reduce cost by simply turning off lights when they’re not needed and pay less in penalties. Simple things like this can often boost investor and shareholder value by reducing company spending.

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Organizational growth and opportunities

As organizations look to implement CSR programs they often find themselves expanding their existing products by establishing new partnerships and are able to tap into additional market opportunities.

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