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从“富士康事件”看在华跨国公司社会责任建设
The social responsibility construction of multinational corporations in China from “Foxconn events”
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李宏勋, 朱琳
Modern Management (MM) , 2011, DOI: 10.12677/mm.2011.11002
Abstract: 近几年来,从“苏丹红”到最近富士康“连跳门”事件,凸显了在华跨国公司社会责任的严重缺失。这一问题的产生一方面是由于企业内部管理上的缺陷;另一方面是由于社会环境不利及政府的监管不到位造成的。立足企业社会责任的基本理论,结合富士康事件,针对当前在华跨国公司社会责任缺失的普遍现状,本文总结出在华跨国公司社会责任存在的问题,并从政府、公民、社会舆论三方面提出强化在华跨国公司社会责任的对策和建议。
In recent years, from “Sudan Red events” to recent “Foxconn events”, Highlighting the serious deficiency of social responsibility in multinational corporations in China. The cause of problem on one hand is the enterprise internal defects in management, on the other hand is the adverse social environment and the government's poor regulation. Based on the basic theory of corporate social responsibility, combining foxconn events, aiming at general current situation of being in lost of corporate social responsibility, summarizing the existing problem of multinational corporations’ social responsibility, and putting forward countermeasures and suggestions from three aspects including the government, citizen and social public opinion to strengthen multinational corporations’ social responsibility in China.
Antecedents of work engagement in a multinational oil company  [cached]
AL Olivier,S Rothmann
South African Journal of Industrial Psychology , 2007, DOI: 10.4102/sajip.v33i3.396
Abstract: The objective of this study was to investigate the antecedents of work engagement. Stratified random samples (N=171) were taken of employees in a multinational oil company. The Work Engagement Scale and the Work Experiences Scale were administered. The results confirmed that psychological meaningfulness and psychological availability were significant predictors of work engagement. Psychological meaningfulness displayed the strongest positive relationship with engagement. The relationship of co-worker relations and work role fit with work engagement was mediated by the psychological condition of meaningfulness. Cognitive, emotional and physical resources had the strongest effect on psychological availability. Co-worker relations and co-worker norms predicted psychological safety. The relationship between resources and work engagement was mediated by the psychological condition of availability.
The Pedagogue at the Company and the Social Responsibility Enterprise  [cached]
Miriam Pascoal
Educa??o : Teoria e Prática , 2007,
Abstract: The present paper consists in a reflection related to the identity and new signification of Pedagogy in the context of the new millennium. As science of education, it belongs to Pedagogy the study and investigation of the pedagogical work developed at educational and non educational spaces. With a brief historical retrospective, there are some legal principles of pedagogy mentioned, up to the recent approval of Report CNE/CP 05/ 2005 that establishes the curriculum policies for the courses of Pedagogy Taking into consideration that the pedagogue is a needed professional in all the instances where there is teaching and learning, which means the existence of wide fields of pedagogicalperformance, some signs of adaptation of his professional work to the companies are brought into discussion, in the implementation of the movement Enterprise Social Responsibility.
The strategic value of corporate social responsibility: A relationship management framework for public relations practice  [PDF]
Kevin Jones,Jennifer L Bartlett
PRism Online PR Journal , 2009,
Abstract: This article places corporate social responsibility in the context of the resource-based view of the firm, then uses relationship management to explain the growing involvement of businesses in corporate social responsibility activities. It argues that the value of the public relations function to an enterprise is in its capacity to aid relationship management, but at a level linked to corporate strategy rather than the communication-output perspective common to much public relations practice. In so arguing, the article theorises corporate social responsibility as facilitating relationship management, and thus building support networks for the organisation, instead of as a set of activities that build organisational legitimacy through the management of perceptions. Such a perspective adds to the growing focus in the public relations literature on relationship management as a central rationale. This concept is then applied to a multinational firm in the construction industry. The case study identifies a series of specific public relations practices within corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes that are used to manage relationships.
The Research on the Effect of Changing Prices in the Multinational Company upon China’s Economy
Jing Sun
International Business Research , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ibr.v2n2p153
Abstract: With Chinese economic reformation development, more and more Multinational Corporation has invested in China. Multinational Corporation has improved the Chinese economic standards, but it has also brought negative effects, especially the changing prices in the multinational corporation. This academic paper has researched its reason, purpose and negative effect and how to take preventive measures.
Innovative corporate social responsibility in Botswana. The Debswana mining company study case
Torres Solís, José Ramón;Moroka, Keonethebe;
Contaduría y administración , 2011,
Abstract: this paper presents a study case on innovative corporate social responsibility as a very important aspect of management planning and, in the process, explores some trends and new ideas pertaining to corporate social responsibility in mining industries. some pertinent literature is reviewed as a theoretical frame to introduce the presentation of the debswana mining company case to show innovative corporate social responsibility in the mining industries in botswana. the paper also critically discusses implementation of this aspect and concludes with some remarks and opinions on it. as a result of this study case we may observe the highly positive interaction between this company and the botswana government on behalf of the economic development of this country, not omitting to point out some serious social difficulties that have to be overcome in conjunction with government public policies issuance. it is important to emphasize that this work attempts to describe some facts which we consider important in social responsibility, observed in a particular organization, seeking to build a study case that may be relevant for managerial considerations in a field that has been scarcely treated in the administrative literature.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY VERSUS TAX AVOIDANCE PRACTICES  [PDF]
Stoian Ciprian-Dumitru
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2012,
Abstract: Worldwide crisis has made multinational companies that are engaged in corporate social responsibility actions to manage their businesses through the lens of various tax avoidance practices. The content of this paper is important due to the fact that tries to identify the impact in case of companies active in corporate social responsibility actions versus their tax structures orientation. Corporate social responsibility literature did not paid enough attention on the impact of the tax avoidance practices of companies. Tax, as a concept, brings in itself an important corporate financial impact with subsequent effects for the life of multiple citizens in countries where private entities are operating. Even though companies are usually expressing their ethical and responsible conduct in respect of the social environment, there are many cases when the business practices were not aligned with the declared corporate behavior. This paper seeks firstly to examine whether companies engaged in tax avoidance practices (ex. offshore tax havens) consider that continue to act socially responsible. Secondly, the paper examines the influence on attending the stakeholdersa€ goals for those companies practicing tax avoidance and its implications on corporate social responsibility actions. Moreover, the paper focuses also on the aspects described before from the perspective of the corporate entities operating in Romania. This papera€ s intention is to use and to develop the results of previous research carried out by Lutz Preus (University of London) and, subsequently, by Senators Levin, Coleman and Obama in their a€ Stop Tax Haven Abuse Billa€ . The implications and the objectives of this material are to highlight, to identify and to spot clearly the relations and the influences of the tax haven practices of corporations versus their undertaken social responsibility actions. Moreover, this paper brings a fresh perspective of this topic from the Romanian market. I consider that this paper triggers in itself a good presence in nowadays business environment, due to the fact that stakeholders are becoming more and more aware on both corporate actions versus their tax efficient structures. Many of the aspects described were already a€ tasteda€ in practice by various stakeholders, while many multinational corporations started to become realistic about the risk of being a€ socially responsiblea€ through tax schemes.
Institutional context effects on managerial practices in a European multinational company
Liberman,Leonardo;
Innovar , 2010,
Abstract: the present study investigates the effect of institutional contexts on managerial practices within a multinational company. questionnaires measuring actual and ideal managerial practices were completed in four different subsidiaries of the same mnc. results show that the practices of subsidiaries operating in countries with a higher degree of institutional labor-market regulation were less formalized and directive than in those subsidiaries located in countries with a lower degree of labor-market regulation. it was also found that the degrees of acceptance of these practices differed significantly across institutional contexts: in less restrictive institutional contexts formal and directive practices were more desirable than in more restrictive institutional contexts. it is argued that there is an inverse relationship between the flexibility of subsidiaries' institutional contexts and the flexibility of their practices (formality and directiveness). implications and limitations of this study are discussed.
SUSTAINABILITY AND COMPANY’S CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY NEED
MONICA VIOLETA ACHIM,SORIN NICOLAE BORLEA
Challenges of the Knowledge Society , 2012,
Abstract: The company is a living organism, is an entity and its analysis should be made taking into account the whole system. The company is a dynamic environment, which has as a mainly aims to add value for all participants in the economic life. In the organizations, the achievement of the concept of sustainable development is achieved through the concept of societal responsibility of the organizations. For this scope we need to use the term introduced by Elkington namely “The Triple Bottom Line” which involve economic prosperity, environmental compliance and improve social cohesion. [11]. So, “The Triple Bottom Line” can be defined as an approach for measuring the overall performance of an organization according to its triple contribution to the three aspects mentioned above. The new conceptual framework change radically the final aim of a company because it is not anymore maximizing the value of shares held by shareholders, but it is maximizing value for all stakeholders, where shareholders are just another category of stakeholders. Sustainable development and globalization require new performance standards that exceed the economic field, for both national company and international ones. As a consequence, these standards must be integrated into the company's development strategy, to ensure sustainability of activities carried, by the harmonization of economic, social and environmental objectives.
Is Company Intellectual Capital Linked to Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure? Findings from Indonesia  [cached]
Dominique Razafindrambinina,David Kariodimedjo
Communications of the IBIMA , 2011,
Abstract: Many researchers have found relationships between a company’s financial performance and either corporate social responsibility (CSR) or intellectual capital. But this exploratory study investigates whether there is a relationship between intellectual capital and its components and corporate social responsibility disclosure. The method uses hypothesis testing of listed companies on the Indonesian Stock Exchange. The corporate social responsibility disclosure index is based on content analysis of a company’s annual report, whereas the Value Added Intellectual Coefficient (VAIC) for the fiscal year of 2007 is derived from financial information. The result shows that intellectual capital, in its aggregate value of the VAIC, does not have a significant relationship with corporate social responsibility disclosure. However, one of its components, capital employed efficiency, has a significant impact on CSR disclosure, while the other two, human capital efficiency and structural capital efficiency, have no significant impact. The results of the research could also infer that the perception of corporate social responsibility is still at a stage where companies conduct CSR on an ad-hoc basis rather than incorporating it into corporate strategy.
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