Fearis, Beverley
April 2007
Travel Weekly (UK);4/27/2007, Special section p22
Trade Publication
The article offers ideas on incorporating or adopting an effective corporate social responsibility (CSR) travel programme. First, companies should ensure that they have their own CSR policy. In addition, companies should recycle as much as they can and encourage staff to come up with ideas on how to save energy. Not only will this help save the planet, it will also save you money and foster a better working atmosphere, the author claims.


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