CSR for HR: A Necessary Partnership for Advancing Responsible Business Practices
Arguably, the Human Resources (HR) function is the key partner in embedding Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability initiatives in any organisation, as this can be achieved only when a company educates, engages and empowers its entire workforce. This book goes even further and proposes that the HR function has a responsibility to be proactive in leading the way in establishing a company-wide CSR-enabled culture. And, yet, this is not happening. HR managers are preoccupied with their traditional roles of organisational development, recruitment, training and compensation, and are failing to see the opportunities that CSR brings for them as professionals and for their organisations. CSR for HR has been designed to change the game. It provides HR managers with a thorough understanding of the drivers and principles of CSR and a practical step-by-step guide to the way CSR interfaces with every HR function.

Publisher: Greenleaf Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Introduction
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HR meets CSR
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Employee rights
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Recruitment, diversity and inclusion
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Employee communications
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The employee life-cycle
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Employee impacts
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Ethics
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HR stakeholders
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CSHR job description
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The HR CSR roadmap
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