Nestle Corporate Social Responsibility Case Study

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1) Evaluate how Nestlé 's approach to corporate responsibility was good for their business. Corporate businesses generally have to meet ethical, legal, commercial and public expectations. That is what is expected of the business world today. This is known as the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). However, businesses with short-term goal will rarely practice CSR since practicing it does not bring any benefit. On the contrary, the practice of CSR is an important consideration for long-term investment as it can help generate more profit in the future. In this report, Nestlé would be one of the good examples to illustrate those concepts. Nestlé is one of the world’s largest food and beverage companies. The company believes that by creating value for the shareholder and the public, it will have long-term sustainability. This business is regularly followed by human resources, safety and health environment-related compliance and business integrity which is based on an independent external audit network evaluated programs called CARE. Therefore, Nestlé worked hard to ensure a high standard of both employees and employers welfare as well as other forms of its CSR aspects such as employee safety, environmental problems, and education. Nestlé believes that its corporate business responsibilities shape the way of business that form of the cultures values, although the basic foundation is unchanged from the time of the origins of the company. Thus, its corporate business principles
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