Journal of Global Responsibility: Volume 6 Issue 1

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Employee perception of diversity in Morocco: empirical insights

Abderrahman Hassi, Najoua Foutouh, Souhail Ramid

– The present paper aims to shed light on workers ' perception of diversity and their demographical characteristics as well as characteristics of their organizations.

The non-sense of organizational morality: Processing corporate social responsibility between formal and informal organizational structures

Gian-Claudio Gentile, Ralf Wetzel, Patricia Wolf

Companies’ corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities tend to be regarded with suspicion: Taking managerial decision about engaging in CSR or communicating, this…

Sustainable development and social responsibility (SDSR): A longitudinal study of large Canadian companies’ web-based communication practices

Jacques Baronet, Solange Tremblay

The purpose of this paper is to evaluate large Canadian companies’ communication behaviour about SDSR on their websites, the authors’ goal being to analyse the evolution…

Exploring the link between corporate social responsibility and health and safety in the mines

Kwesi Amponsah-Tawiah , Justice Mensah

The aim of this paper is to set a baseline understanding of the corporate social responsibility (CSR) concept amongst the different stakeholders in the mining industry in…

Elusive corporate social responsibility (CSR) in global shipping

Helen Sampson, Neil Ellis

This paper aims to, using the example of the highly globalised shipping industry, shed light upon the practice of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and the extent to…

Resilient leadership: a transformational-transactional leadership mix

Kwasi Dartey-Baah

This paper aims to bring to bear the resemblance between the current resilient leadership theory and the transformational–transactional leadership theories. It does this…

Bountiful enlightenment and transcendence: Engaging migrant students with disciplined spontaneity

Christopher Kazanjian, Su-Jin Choi

– The purpose of this paper is to offer educators and social workers three innovative tools to engage diverse community environments.

The bidirectional CSR investment – economic performance relationship

Eri Nakamura

This paper aims to investigate the following two research questions: Do corporate social responsibility (CSR) investments enhance a firm’s economic performance? Does the…

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ISSN:

2041-2568

Online date, start – end:

2010

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • William Sun