Business Leaders Forum | Why be a responsible firm?
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Responsible behavior is an advantage in the market.

Conducting business in accordance with the principles of CSR brings benefits and profits beyond a non-financial nature, including:

  • Greater transparency and strengthened credibility of the firm
  • higher attractiveness for investors
  • reputation building and the resulting strong market position
  • competitive differentiation, brand visibility for consumer
  • increasing productivity and employee loyalty
  • the possibility of obtaining and retaining quality employees
  • reduce the cost of risk-management
  • direct financial savings associated with environmental behavior (eg, energy conservation, re-use of waste materials in production)
  • increase in turnover
  • increase the quality of products or services

Accountability is important to small and medium enterprises. CSR brings benefits both to the large companies as well as to the most minor:

  • finding workers easily – small businesses may have difficulty in gaining adequate work force because they can not afford expensive advertisements. Using CSR activities in a small company can offer a prospective employee benefits, which will secure his interest and ultimately loyalty.
  • Easier access to business partners – corporate social responsibility affects customer-supplier relationships, because some companies when choosing a business partner can also take into account compliance with the CSR.
  • Public relations – small business can not spend a large amount of communication with the public, hence the importance of a well-known reputation.
  • Contacts and information – business can obtain information from the environment and relations with key partners, which will benefit him in the medium and long term.