August 28th 2019
Responsible Business: How can HR Drive the Agenda?
This research report explores what it means to be a responsible business and the factors that drive it. How is the role of HR involved in creating and executing a company’s responsible business strategy? What are the key factors that influence the success of responsible business?
The key points include:
Implementing a Responsible Business strategy
Stakeholder views related to the process of Responsible Business
Frameworks to support the development of the strategy
HR’s contribution to Responsible Business
CRF’s strategic responsibility framework
Read the full report for an in-depth analysis of responsible business. This report is available to CRF members only. Please contact us for queries about your CRF membership.
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