Organisations are starting to recognise the benefits that corporate social responsibility (CSR) can have for a business. For example, among the largest 250 companies in the world, 92% produced a CSR report in 2015, which informed shareholders and the public about the firm’s activities. According to Harvard Business Review this number is an increase from 64% having such a report in 2005, meanwhile today’s Fortune Global 500 firms spend around £16billion ($20billion) a year on CSR activities. While these figures are encouraging, employees have also indicated that they want employers to do more, as a study shared by the Huffington Post found 94% of Generation Z think companies should address critical issues. Similarly, in 2017 Cone Communications published a study that discovered...
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