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The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility

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The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility
TESCO
'For CSR to be accepted by a conscientious business person, it should be framed in such way that the entire range of business responsibilities are embraced. It is suggested here are four kinds of social responsibilities constitute total CSR' (Carroll 1991 P.40)
(Philip Clark - Ex Chief Executive) 'Many communites around the world enjoy a selection of fresh fruit, vegetables, meat and fish at prices they can afford'

'Building a better Tesco plan in the UK investing £1 billion in six key areas of business: Service & Staff, Stores & Formates, Range & Quality, Price & Value, Brand & Marketing and Clicks & Bricks'
Economic
Corporate governance
Community plan and corporate responsibility
Government affairs
Insurable risk
Internal communications
International
Investor relations
Legal services
Licensing team
Pension scheme
Pharmacy team
Press department
Property PR
Statutory Compliance
Legal
Ethical
Carroll, A (1991) ‘The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility: Toward the Moral Management of Organizational stakeholders.’ Business Horizons. P39-48
Source: Carroll (1991)
Tesco - Corporate & Legal Affairs Available at: http://www.tesco-careers.com/home/about-us/our-company/corporate-and-legal-affairs (Accessed: 20/10/14)
Philanthropic
(Sir Richard Broadbent - Chairman) 'To Meet the rapid changes in consumer behavour that we are seeing as technology opens up new horizons for them'
Source:
Tesco and Society Report 2014
Annual Report and Financial Statements 2014
Tesco ‘Tesco and Society Report’ (2014) Available at: http://www.tescoplc.com/files/pdf/responsibility/2014/tesco_and_society_review_2014.pdf (Accessed: 11/10/14)
Tesco ‘Tesco and Society Report’ (2014) Available at: http://www.tescoplc.com/files/pdf/responsibility/2014/tesco_and_society_review_2014.pdf (Accessed: 11/10/14)
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