Corporate Social Responsibility as a Business Imperative

What if United Way told you there is a proven business strategy that positively impacts line, attracts new employees, and increases customer loyalty?  Given today's tight labor market and fierce competition for customers, you'd be crazy not to at least consider it, right? Chances are you've heard of corporate social responsibility (CSR). However, you might not realize that in today's competitive marketplace, it is more than a "nice thing to do." There is a strong business case for CSR, and it packs a punch in terms of a company's overall performance. 

According to Investopedia, corporate social responsibility is "a self-regulating business model that helps a company be socially accountable to itself, its stakeholders, and the public." It's not by chance that the world's leading source provides this definition for financial content on the web. You see, investors and lenders increasingly consider a company's corporate citizenship as a performance metric. Likewise, today's consumers demand that the brands they buy and work for have a strong social impact. 

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