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CSR-ASIAN

PERSEPCTIVE
By:

Dondy Juan A. Salvacion


Patrick Bern A. Quiao

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.Title
2 .Table of Content
3 .Main Goal of CSR
4 . Seven Social

Responsibilities

5.Seven Core Subjects


6 .Conclusion
7 . Real Case
8 . Fictional Sample
9 .GLOSSARY

WHAT IS THE MAIN GOAL


OF CSR-ASIAN?
Corporate Social Responsibility promote

greater awareness, and greater interaction


among the people of the state, as well as
their wider participation in activities
through human resources development.

To contribute to the evolution of a

development cooperation strategy that


promotes mutual assistance, equitable
economic development and the alleviation
of poverty.

Seven principles of
Social responsibility

Accountability

Transparency

Ethical behaviour
Respect for
stakeholder
interests
Respect for the
rule of law
Respect for
international norms
of behaviour

Respect for human


rights

Stakeholder identification
and engagement

Recognizing social
responsibility

Organizational
governance

Seven core
subjects
Human
rights

Labour
practices

The
environment

Fair
operating
practices

Consumer
issues

Community
Involvement &
development

Related actions and expectations (issues)


Integrating social
responsibility into
the organization

Relationship of the
organizations
characteristics to social
responsibility

Voluntary initiatives on
social responsibility

Reviewing and improving the


organisations actions and
practices related to social
responsibility

Practices for
integrating social
responsibility
throughout the
organization

Understanding the
social responsibility of
the organization

Communication on
social responsibility

Enhancing credibility
regarding social
responsibility

SEVEN CORE SUBJECTS


Human
rights

Community
involvement
and
development

Materiality:
Labour
practices

Assess significance of
impacts

Organizationa
l governance
Fair
operating
practices

The
environment

Consumer
issues

Identification of relevant
issues

Consider impacts on
stakeholders
Consider sphere of
influence

CONCLUSION
A profitable or competitive business climate

and wealth accumulation are necessary


preconditions to initiate CSR.
CSR culture in Asian business derives from
spiritual and philosophical underpinnings.
CSR requires a legal framework that promotes
openness, partnerships and democratization.

SAMPLE REAL CASE


Singapore
Development of CSR is influenced by countrys unique characteristics as a

city state that has achieved economic success where government remains a
key architect of the economy and has considerable influence over corporate
behavior.

Government-centric approach influences CSR strategies with much emphasis

on compliance with legislative requirements as a means of achieving and


regulating socially responsible behavior.

FICTIONAL SAMPLE
Quiao and Salvacion Company having partnership with Tubig Company to

make a programme.

They build a clean water treatment plant staffed and maintained by a local

entrepreneur and administered by the local government. We educate the


local communities on the importance of drinking clean water. The
BWE( BarangayWater Entreprenuer) programme is delivered in locations
where piped water systems are not feasible and where readily available
surface waters are biologically contaminated.

TheBarangay Water Management)programme for farmers residing in

communities, enabling them to implement clean water projects for the


sustenance and development of their communities. The VWM programme
is delivered in locations where available water sources are relatively clean
but significantly distant from households.

GLOSSARY
Underpinning something that serves as foundation or bedrock.
Corporate consisting of or including large corporation.

If ones actions are


motivated only by profit,
one will have many
enemies.
- Confucius