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What would be useful and interesting, is to know how these employees perform relative to others after being hired. I suspect they perform at a higher level and remain loyal to the organization for longer, but I presume it is privacy concerns that prevent firms from tracking these data:
"The company doesn't track these workers after they are hired, said Ms. Kuranty."
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- Updated examples around COVID-19, BLM, the supply chain crunch, and the great resignation have been added.
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- Unique perspective analyzes CSR from a legal, behavioral, strategic, and sustainable perspectives.
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- Case studies illustrate how CSR affects all aspects of a firm's operations and include examples from corporations such as Facebook and Starbucks.
- Each of the book's 12 chapters and five cases include a Strategic CSR Debate Motion, as well as five Questions for Discussion and Review, that bring the scope and complexity of CSR to life in the classroom.
- An international perspective, supported by multiple examples, emphasizes the multi-cultural challenges of CSR and conducting business in a global context.