Care in the community

July 2002
Brand Strategy;Jul2002, Issue 161, p36
Trade Publication
Focuses on a survey by Corporate Re:Action, which shows that only a low percentage of retailers in Great Britain were aware of their responsibilities to the community at large. Failure to develop clear corporate social responsibility (CSR) policies; Inadequate participation in the life of the local community.


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