Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate social responsibility means that while creating profits and assuming legal responsibilities to shareholders, enterprises should also assume responsibilities to employees, consumers, communities and the environment. Enterprises should go beyond the traditional idea that profit is the only goal, pay attention to human value in the process of production and operation, and pay attention to the environment, consumers and society. Contribution.
Author: Liangjun Ma, founding partner and lawyer of Shanghai G-road Law Firm
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