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Corporate social responsibility, sustainability and citizenship are terms often used interchangeably to describe a business approach that enjoys a triple win: they attract and retain investors, customers and top talent. That’s why many organizations have discovered that it is beneficial to incorporate sustainable business practices, employee engagement programs, volunteerism, and philanthropy into their business strategies. Learn from guest speakers and review case studies about how good corporate citizenship can enhance employee recruitment and retention, meet transparency and accountability demands from stakeholders, and contribute to the organization’s bottom line.

Topics May Include:

  • Elements of a CSR Program

  • Insights on how to lead and champion CSR in the workplace

  • Reporting and accountability to Stakeholders and Investors

  • Drivers of an organization's CSR goals, strategies and tactics


  • COURSE NUMBER  BUSA-40733
  • CREDIT  2.00 unit(s)


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