Attitudes Toward Corporate Social Responsibility - US - September 2012




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Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has evolved from its origin of a suggestion that corporations earmark a portion of their profits to put toward philanthropic initiatives, to becoming a basic component of the way that many companies operate their business. Along with increasing financial status, many companies now address social and environmental issues in mission statements, and include CSR commitments and milestones achieved in annual stakeholder reports. 

As CSR has increasingly become a routine part of operating a business, consumers have grown accustomed to seeing companies promote social and environmental benefits, and companies’ success is no longer measured purely based on profits.