Walking the CSR talk

With corporate social responsibility now being enshrined in the culture of organisations, it has become imperative for head honchos to spearhead the charge. HRM reveals more.
HRM Asia - 28 Jul 2015
Renard Siew, Senior Executive at Group Sustainability, Sime Darby Berhad, a multinational conglomerate based in Malaysia, argues why organisations should make sustainability a key tenet of their corporate blueprint.
- 03 Apr 2014
The secret to real employee retention may already be in your organisation's toolkit. But guest contributor Scott Friedman, an international speaker on employee engagement, says CSR needs to be driven by staff's own personal values in order for it to be effective
Sumathi V Selvaretnam - 11 Dec 2013
Social commitment is an essential ingredient to the building of a successful employer brand. HRM looks at how a company's corporate social responsibility efforts can help with talent attraction and retention
Sumathi V Selvaretnam - 02 Dec 2013
Adopting green business practices goes beyond environmental gains and cost savings. Eco-friendly organisations are also more likely to attract and retain talent as employees feel a sense of pride for their place of work. HRM investigates
HRM Asia - 27 Sep 2012
Having a strong CSR focus need not always be at the expense of productivity. These are some steps that HR professionals can take to make CSR a successful affair, according to Ken Chan, Manager of Policy, Government & Public Affairs at Chevron Hong Kong Limited
HRM Asia - 22 Jun 2012
Talent retention has become important for many companies today - and corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives could be one way to go, says Gwen Lim, manager - HR division, Robert Walters Singapore

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