corporate social responsibility in the construction industry

Download Book Corporate Social Responsibility In The Construction Industry in PDF format. You can Read Online Corporate Social Responsibility In The Construction Industry here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats.

Corporate Social Responsibility In The Construction Industry

Author : Michael Murray
ISBN : 9781134233007
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 31. 47 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 637
Read : 748

Get This Book

The construction process, right through from planning and design to use and demolition, has a major impact on society. Traditionally, concern has been focused on its environmental impact and the quest for sustainability, but this has now extended into the wider remit of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Essentially, this means that businesses must act (voluntarily) in a socially ethical manner by developing a policy that encompasses the core principles enshrined by CSR. A unique presentation on a topic of emerging importance, Corporate Social Responsibility in the Construction Industry is essential reading for all built environment undergraduate and post-graduate courses, as well as CEOs and senior managers within construction businesses who may be about to embark on developing a CSR strategy.

Corporate Social Responsibility In Management And Engineering

Author : Carolina Machado
ISBN : 9788793609617
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 86. 65 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 853
Read : 656

Get This Book

Referring to an organizations responsibility for their impact on society, corporate social responsibility (CSR) is greatly relevant for the competitiveness, sustainability and innovation in the management and engineering arena of organizations, and the economy worldwide. Taking in account its these concerns, Corporate Social Responsibility in Management and Engineering covers the issues related to corporate social responsibility in management and engineering in a context where organizations are facing, day after day, high challenges for what concerns issues related to their social responsibility. The book looks to contribute to the exchange of experiences and perspectives about the state of the research related to CSR, as well as the future direction of this field of research. It looks to provide a support to academics and researchers, as well as those that operating in the management field need to deal with policies and strategies related to CSR.

Ethical And Social Perspectives On Global Business Interaction In Emerging Markets

Author : Al-Shammari, Minwir
ISBN : 9781466698659
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 38. 29 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 368
Read : 268

Get This Book

Societal demands, needs, and perspectives of ethical and socially responsible behavior within business environments are a driving force for corporate self-regulation. As such, executives must consistently work to understand the current definition of ethical business behavior and strive to meet the expectations of the cultures and communities they serve. Ethical and Social Perspectives on Global Business Interaction in Emerging Markets compiles current research relating to business ethics within developing markets around the world. This timely publication features research on topics essential to remaining competitive in the modern global marketplace, such as corporate social responsibility, corporate governance, consumer behavior understanding, and ethical leadership, and how all of these components attribute to the decision making process in business environments. Business executives and managers, graduate-level students, and academics will find this publication to be essential to their research, professional, and educational needs.

The Evolution Of The Business Case For Corporate Social Responsibility

Author : Tim Breitbarth
ISBN : OCLC:700207417
Genre : Soccer teams
File Size : 54. 55 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 553
Read : 396

Get This Book

The Practices Of Corporate Social Responsibility Among Construction Companies In Malaysia

Author : Athira Abdullah
ISBN : OCLC:960244305
Genre : Construction industry
File Size : 45. 8 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 194
Read : 1028

Get This Book

Corporate Social Responsibility And Trade Unions

Author : Lutz Preuss
ISBN : 9781135077778
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 26. 15 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 648
Read : 178

Get This Book

Growing interest in corporate social responsibility (CSR) has focused attention on the relationship between businesses and key stakeholders, such as NGOs and local communities. Curiously, however, commentators on CSR rarely discuss the role of trade unions, while commentators on employment relations seldom engage with CSR. This situation is all the more remarkable since unions are a critically important social actor and have traditionally played a prominent role in defending the interests of one key stakeholder in the company, the employee. Written by dedicated experts in their field, this book addresses a key gap in the literature on both CSR and employment relations, namely trade union policies towards CSR, as well as union engagement with particular CSR initiatives and the challenges they face in doing so. The research covers eleven European countries which, when taken together, constitute a representative sample of industrial relations structures across the continent. This book will be essential reading for scholars, students and practitioners of international business, employment relations, public policy and CSR. Its foreword is written by Philippe Pochet and Maria Jepsen, Directors of the European Trade Union Institute in Brussels.

Making Corporate Social Responsibility A Global Concern

Author : Lisbeth Segerlund
ISBN : 0754677079
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 41. 31 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 558
Read : 585

Get This Book

Driven by the theory of the 'norm life cycle model', the book uses a range of case studies to trace the development of corporate social responsibility as an international norm. The book makes a lucid contribution to an emerging scholarship, and will interest researchers and practitioners involved in issues of global governance and global civil society.

Civil Structural And Environmental Engineering

Author : Xiang Dong Zhang
ISBN : 9783038263074
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 86. 43 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 555
Read : 1323

Get This Book

Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS). Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the 2013 2nd Global Conference on Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering (GCCSEE 2013), September 28-29, 2013, Shenzhen, China. The 625 papers are grouped as follows: Chapter 1: Construction Materials; Chapter 2: Construction Technology; Chapter 3: Structural Engineering; Chapter 4: Geotechnical Engineering; Chapter 5: Bridge Engineering; Chapter 6: Road and Railway Engineering; Chapter 7: Geological Engineering; Chapter 8: Tunnel, Subway and Underground Facilities; Chapter 9: Seismic Engineering; Chapter 10: Fluid Engineering, Coastal Engineering, Hydrology and Water Resource Management; Chapter 11: Mining Engineering and Oil and Gas Well Development; Chapter 12: Heating, Gas Supply, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Works; Chapter 13: Data Processing and Measurement Technologies; Chapter 14: Traffic Engineering; Chapter 15: Disaster Prevention and Mitigation; Chapter 16: Computational Mechanics and Mathematical Model; Chapter 17: Environmental Materials; Chapter 18: Environmental Chemistry and Biology; Chapter 19: Environmental Safety and Health; Chapter 20: Environmental Analysis and Monitoring; Chapter 21: Environmental Restoration and Pollution Control; Chapter 22: Architectural Design and Its Theory; Chapter 23: Advanced Design and Planning Technologies; Chapter 24: Urban Planning and Design, Resource Utilization; Chapter 25: Project Management; Chapter 26: Engineering Management and Engineering Education; Chapter 27: Computer Application and Modeling

Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure In Malaysia

Author : Mustaffa Mohamed Zain
ISBN : UCSD:31822034493684
Genre : Corporations
File Size : 51. 9 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 759
Read : 167

Get This Book

Making Sense Of Construction Improvement

Author : Stuart D. Green
ISBN : 1444341081
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 30. 1 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 782
Read : 768

Get This Book

The book sets out deliberately to challenge the current construction improvement debate and the way in which it is conducted. It confronts the supposedly neutral nature of construction 'best practice' and demonstrates that that the advocated recipes seldom stand up to critical scrutiny. It further argues that commonly accepted components of best practice such as lean construction, partnering and collaborative working rarely live up to the claims made on their behalf. Such recipes invariably suffer from definitional vagueness, and are constantly reinterpreted to suit the needs the different audiences. Making Sense of Construction Improvement argues that construction sector improvement techniques cannot be understood in terms of their substantive content, and are best understood in terms of the rhetoric within which they are presented. The author also contends that the persuasiveness of such recipes depends upon the extent to which practitioners can adopt them for the purposes of making sense of the changes they observe happening around them. To be accepted as 'best practice' construction improvement techniques must also resonate with broader agendas of socio-technological change. The author charts how the best practice debate has developed from the aftermath of the Second World War through to the election of David Cameron's coalition government in 2010. Attention is given to the way in which the improvement debate throughout the 1960s and 70s was shaped by the broader aspirations of the post-war social consensus and the associated desire for a centrally planned economy. Attention thereafter is given to the way the construction sector was radically re-shaped by the advent of the enterprise culture. The privatisation of the sector's client base, coupled with the withdrawal of the state as a provider of mass housing, caused a significant and long-lasting shift in the construction landscape. Private sector clients similarly experienced extensive downsizing while outsourcing their procurement capabilities. Such strategies were frequently justified by mobilising the rhetoric of business process re-engineering (BPR). Contracting firms simultaneously faced unpredictable workloads and increasing market competition. In response, the sector at large chose to base their competitive advantage on leanness and agility. Hence the emergence of the hollowed-out firm as the dominant form of organising. These structural trends combined to provide the backcloth to the industry improvement agenda throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Making Sense of Construction Improvement argues that the popularity of improvement recipes such as partnering, collaborative working and integrated teams can be understood as strategies for overcoming the loss of control associated with downsizing and outsourcing. In contrast to other textbooks, Making Sense of Construction Improvement does not offer advice on how to manage construction projects more effectively; the aim is rather to understand the forces which have shaped the construction sector improvement agenda over time.

Top Download:

Best Books