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Labour, employment and CSR: The need for a planetary bargain

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In this chapter, the elements of what could be in a planetary bargain to promote CSR are outlined. The two main actors in such a bargain are governments and business. There are, of course, many actors on the world stage, and governments are not always the best to represent their own societies, especially in some developing countries. Yet if a planetary bargain is to come about to promote CSR, the lead will have to come jointly from governments (including international organizations) and business itself. Therefore, the first two sections in this chapter set the parameters of what each could expect from the other. The link between a planetary bargain and globalization is then discussed before entering into some detail of what a planetary bargain could consist of. Whether a planetary bargain should be voluntary or part of the legal framework of nations is the final issue covered.
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Keywords: CSR; Labour; corporate citizenship; corporate social responsibility; employment; globalization; government; management; planetary bargain; sustainability; sustainable development; textbook; triple bottom line

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2015

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