The assessment of corporate social responsibility: approaches analysis
The problem of the last period becomes the assessment of individual areas of Corporate Social Responsibility, which is associated with a number of CSR approaches and with their "ability" to measure achieved level in every CSR item. The aim of this study is, based on a comparative analysis, to identify appropriate approach to assessing the achieved level of Corporate Social Responsibility. The study is organized as follows: the theoretical background (studies) of approaches to evaluating the CSR; the findings about primary and secondary data on structure, purpose and application of approaches to evaluating the CSR, the appropriate approach to evaluating the CSR activities of the company in the light of any previous research; conclusions in dealing with the issues and future research opportunities of the study.
corporate social responsibility, assessment, business excellence, models, indexes, sustainability, environmental, social, economic, stakeholder, voluntariness
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FundingThe study was conducted within the project VEGA 1/0916/15 offered by The Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic.
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