Companies must take the lead to be moral mentors in the era of Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter
Corporate social responsibility should be considered as a form of service to consumers and an encouragement in all sectors of the economy of nonfinancial human incentives that will create social harmony.
Today, so-called intangibles such as racial and gender inequalities are rapidly becoming central to C-suite and boardroom decision-making processes.
WELL before Nike or Starbucks was even a glimmer in the eye of their founders, a little-known economist sat down at his desk in the 1950s in America to write why he believed companies are obliged to be responsible citizens.
It was 1953 when Howard Rothmann Bowen's Social Responsibilities...