HomeIAMURE International Journal of Business and Managementvol. 13 no. 1 (2016)

Increasing Level of Stakeholders’ Involvement Drives the Organization’s Corporate Responsibility as Profitable Investment: A Research Review

Mohamed Refaat | Karen Mae E. De La Cruz | Rommel Pilapil Sergio



A number of companies ensure that stakeholders must get attached to the organization to have a rate of low turnover. More positive attitude work, good conduct from employees, and other constructive effect to the organization are being led by ethical climate. Also, the strategic application is affected by business alignment and corporate culture including sincerity and social needs, from around the world. The study aims to describe environmental awareness through understanding the stakeholders’ capabilities approach and economics of happiness, the balance of commitment to ethical conduct and pursuit of income, and the assessment of environmental sustainability programs and various social welfare initiatives. As a result, this descriptive study defnes the perception of employee on Corporate Social Responsibility efforts as the degree to which
employees perceive a company that is assisting activities related to a social cause and has conceptualized the perception of employees on CSR activities as a dormant second order factor having three dimensions: Environmental, philanthropic, and ethical CSR activities through the analysis of secondary data.