Corporate Social Responsibility

 

The term “Corporate Social Responsibility” (CSR) is a management approach that maps the effects of the organization and the factors affecting it, by some measures agreed in the context of economic, social and environmental. Once a year/ two years (depending on the nature of the report) the company have to publish a report that shows and explains all the data collected. The CSR was originally created in order to measure the sustainable long-term activity of an organization. Today, the CSR has become an integral part of the business world and 500 largest U.S. companies are ranked by the magazine “Fortune”, for their accountability and transparency which they treat their employees and the environment. The CSR covers a variety of topics including stakeholders and their influence on society, the company’s corporate practice, giving donations, labor rights, the environment and ethics.

  


 

 Makhteshim Agan Corporate Social Responsibility Report