Corporate Social Responsibility’s Advantages and Disadvantages

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a companies attitude toward respecting the effects that the company may have on things like, the environment, their workers, and the political landscape. Companies may opt to be socially responsible in order to remain positive in the eyes of their customers, this can be difficult for businesses that are fundamentally bad for aspects of society, such as oil or paper companies for the environment. Corporate Social Responsibility Some companies may take some strategic steps to ensure that they are to some effect, marketable or otherwise… socially responsible. Some companies may simply take the philanthropic approach,… Continue reading Corporate Social Responsibility’s Advantages and Disadvantages

Using Government to Control Multinational Corporations

Multinational Corporations have a great influence on a lot of people, this is beneficial because it provides jobs and increases GDP, trade, and economy, however it does mean that businesses have a great deal of power, which when coupled with factors like political influence, pressure groups and the media can make a company very powerful, able to control potentially thousands of jobs and staff wages. Common Pressure Influence Pressure groups, though not always an insider in government can have a great deal of credibility in preventing the control from multinational corporations. Pressure groups may also incorporate radical action and anti-corporation… Continue reading Using Government to Control Multinational Corporations