The concept of corporate social responsibility of the enterprise covers a vast territory! This paper proposes to limit the analysis and evaluation of this concept to three distinct aspects. The first will treat the comparatively new and evolving common law implied term in corporated into the contract of employment relating to the enterprise’s social responsibility of respect towards the employee. The second will analyse an other generically linked recent common law development in the field of the enterprise’s social responsibility of respect towards the employee, namely the implied over‐riding term. Thirdly, the novel and developing wider concept of corporate social responsibility will be addressed and assessed. Some concluding thoughts will follow.
Carby‐Hall, J. (2005), "Wherefore art thou oh social responsibility of the enterprise? The United Kingdom experience", Managerial Law, Vol. 47 No. 6, pp. 205-234. https://doi.org/10.1108/03090550510771296Download as .RIS
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