CSR-ASIAN

PERSEPCTIVE
By:

Dondy Juan A. Salvacion
Patrick Bern A. Quiao

Seven Social Responsibilities  5……………………………………………………….Conclusion  7 ……………………………………………………….Main Goal of CSR  4 ………………………………………………………. Fictional Sample  9 ……………………………………………………….GLOSSARY .Table of Content  3 ……………………………………………………….Seven Core Subjects  6 ……………………………………………………….Title  2 ………………………………………………………. Real Case  8 ……………………………………………………….TABLE OF CONTENTS  1……………………………………………………….

as well as their wider participation in activities through human resources development. equitable economic development and the alleviation of poverty. and greater interaction among the people of the state. .WHAT IS THE MAIN GOAL OF CSR-ASIAN?  Corporate Social Responsibility promote greater awareness.  To contribute to the evolution of a development cooperation strategy that promotes mutual assistance.

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 organization’s characteristics to social responsibility Voluntary initiatives on social responsibility Reviewing and improving the organisation’s 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’ .

partnerships and democratization.  CSR requires a legal framework that promotes openness.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. .

.SAMPLE REAL CASE Singapore  Development of CSR is influenced by country’s 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.

.  The Barangay Water Management) programme for farmers residing in communities. The VWM programme is delivered in locations where available water sources are relatively clean but significantly distant from households. We educate the local communities on the importance of drinking clean water. The BWE( Barangay Water Entreprenuer) programme is delivered in locations where piped water systems are not feasible and where readily available surface waters are biologically contaminated. enabling them to implement clean water projects for the sustenance and development of their communities.  They build a clean water treatment plant staffed and maintained by a local entrepreneur and administered by the local government.FICTIONAL SAMPLE  Quiao and Salvacion Company having partnership with Tubig Company to make a programme.

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

one will have many enemies.If one’s actions are motivated only by profit. .Confucius .