Corporate Social Responsibility:
What is corporate social responsibility?
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is defined as the activity and voluntary contribution to social, economic and environmental improvement by companies. We can understand it as the voluntary integration, by companies, of social and environmental concerns in their operations. It indicates the effort made to achieve relationships of trust with different stakeholder groups: employees, customers, suppliers, shareholders, the environment and society in general. .
How AEVN can help you with your CSR plan?
Companies can take advantage of their structure to generate social benefits. One way to do this is to develop a corporate volunteering strategy, combining elements of social action with the management of human resources, aligning them with organizational core values. A good corporate volunteer plan brings advantages to the company, the volunteers and the social program beneficiaries, providing clear benefits to the society, and at the same time it is profitable to the company.
The association conducts training, orientation and job search programs, including an extensive job market, with qualified personnel, offering companies a series of tax and labour advantages in hiring of personnel, and thus supporting the social and labour inclusion of groups at risk.
Collaboration agreement for training
A company can take full advantage of the past experience of its own workers, providing motivation and training to new staff and volunteers. The company itself is the best facilitator in this task. Furthermore it can be instrumented, for example attraction of new talented people to the company.
Donations for social action projects in Spain
Thanks to the collaboration of companies, AENV can carry out projects to promote the social inclusion of the most disadvantaged groups, and alleviate the social situation that a large number of people in our country face. This is the simplest and the most effective way for companies to participate in the improvement of the most disadvantaged, and of the society in which we live at large.
Relationship with local communities
We bring you closer to the social projects in which we work, the possibility of allowing you to participate in them and actively collaborate in improving the social situation of different groups at risk of social exclusion.
Why develop a CSR plan
A joint venture offers, numerous advantages, such as:
- Developing a commitment to solving the problems and challenges facing society
- Setting a company apart from the competition through positive value which are appealing to the consumers
- Enriching the brand image with the heightened values
- Motivating workers, suppliers, and clients to get involved in a project aimed at helping the most disadvantaged.
It seeks an improvement in the mid or long term, bringing about a situation of sustainable stability, economic advantages and the economic benefits of assuming social responsibility.
Corporate citizenship, as an integrated part of society, better satisfies the expectations of those affected, generating capital sympathy and cohesion for the company; The company is much more accessible to people, is better known and also has a better image. .
It should be noted that a responsible company is better prepared to anticipate the future and this is fundamental for a company that wants to be proactive, as responsiveness is fundamental. We could say, then, that assuming social responsibility is also a factor of innovation for companies..
In short, companies need a social environment conductive to developing activity efficiently. In this way, the assumption of social responsibility is shown as a fundamental management tool and is core around which the activities of the company are developed since it acquires social legitimacy, a fundamental issue for a company to survive in future and develops in a solid and stable manner..