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ASSESSMENT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY POLICY OF EAST AFRICAN PORTLAND CEMENT
This essay talks about how the corporate world can make a difference through corporate social responsibility by influencing positively the society, economy and even ecology in line with sustainable impact for business.
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Table of contents
4. CHAPTER ONE
1.1 Background of the study
5. 1.2 Statement of the Problem
6. 1.3 Justification of the study
7. 1.4 Research Questions
8. 1.5 Research objectives
9. 1.6 Significance of the study
10. 1.7 Conceptual Framework
11. 1.8 Definitions of operational terms
12. 1.8 Scope, limitations and assumptions of the study
1.8.1 Scope of the study
13. CHAPTER TWO
2.0 LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1 The evolving idea of social responsibility
14. 2.2 Contemporary view of corporate social responsibility
15. Significance of a multi block approach kind of Corporate Social Responsibility policy
16. CHAPTER THREE
3.0 Research Methodology
17. 3.5 Methods of data collection
18. 3.6 Data analysis and presentation
19. CHAPTER FOUR
4.0 RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
4.1 The CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILTY POLICY of East African Portland cement
20. Do their reasons for CSR mirror environmental and social objectives
21. Sustainability-symbiotic balance between prosperity and environmental quality
22. 4.2 What have they done in accordance to their CSR policy
23. MITIGATING THE IMPACTS
24. Environmental impact assessment and environmental audits
25. CHAPTER FIVE
5.0SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
26. 6.0 References/bibliography
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ASSESSMENT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY POLICY OF EAST AFRICAN PORTLAND CEMENT ABSTRACT People are the greatest force in shaping and being shaped by the environment. It is therefore important to relate to the environment with knowledge that its components tend to assume some hierarchical organization such that what happens at each level or hierarchy influences what happens at the adjacent level reaffirming the need to respect common good because all things are interconnected in some way. We all need corporations and we all use them, no matter how anti-establishment we are. In short, our relationships with corporations are deeper and more profound than most of us realize. In many ways, we even find our identities with them. Therefore, maybe it is time to question again. If corporations play such an important role in our lives, how well do we really know them? In many ways we are dependant on them. We seem to think that we are always dependant on corporations, but we forget that they are also dependant on us. This is a mutual relationship and if we support corporations, how much do they support us? Is it enough to accept that ...
... existence systems in place that will help the corporation to understand their impacts and monitor change thus creating more room for improvement. Conducting miniature researches to monitor and evaluate their actions is additionally recommended as this will enable them gather data that they can use to improve the policy for their own benefit.
Need to have extensive documentation on their CSR practices that the public and other interested parties can easily access and enhance their knowledge of corporate actions.
At the end of the day the research finds that becoming a more sustainable corporation is beneficial for the corporation, the society in which it operates as well as the natural environment
Areas for further studies would include:
Corporate environmental reporting .
Formulating ‘sustainable’ corporate environmental policies
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