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2019 | nr 5 (63) | 105--122
Tytuł artykułu

CSR and CSRR in Kazakhstan: State and Prospects

Warianty tytułu
Społeczna odpowiedzialność biznesu i raportowanie społecznej odpowiedzialności biznesu w Kazachstanie: stan i perspektywy
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Abstrakty
Państwo, społeczność przedsiębiorców i obywatele są partnerami społecznymi w zapewnianiu lepszej jakości życia. Społeczna odpowiedzialność biznesu jest mechanizmem ich wzajemnej interakcji. Niefinansowa sprawozdawczość stanowi konieczny kanał komunikacyjny społecznej odpowiedzialności biznesu, pokazując informacje na temat wartości rynkowej firmy oraz jej wpływu na społeczeństwo i środowisko. Wykorzystanie narzędzi społecznej odpowiedzialności biznesu zwiększa poziom zaufania do przedsiębiorstwa i zapewnia zrównoważony rozwój społeczeństwa. Wdrożenie strategii społecznej odpowiedzialności prowadzi do wzrostu reputacji przedsiębiorstwa, co w znacznym stopniu pozwala firmie wzmocnić pozycję na rynku. W ramach prowadzonych badań autorzy wykorzystali pierwotne i wtórne, jak również jakościowe i ilościowe metody gromadzenia danych. Przedsiębiorstwa kazachskie są w coraz większym stopniu świadome potrzeby wprowadzenia polityki społecznej odpowiedzialności biznesu w swojej pracy oraz są aktywnie zaangażowane w proces sprawozdawczości społecznej odpowiedzialności biznesu. Coraz więcej reprezentantów biznesu, państwa, społeczeństwa i konsumentów łączy się, aby dyskutować na temat projektów społecznych.(abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
The state, business community and citizens are social partners in ensuring a better quality of life. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a mechanism for the interaction of these partners. Non-financial reporting is essentially a communication channel about corporate social responsibility, demonstrating information about the company's market value, its impact on society and the environment. The use of CSR tools increases the level of confidence in business and ensures the sustainable development of society as a whole. The implementation of CSR strategy leads to increasing a company's business reputation, which has a significant impact and allows the company to strengthen a position in the market. In the framework of the conducted research, we used secondary and primary data collection methods, as well, qualitative and quantitative. Kazakhstani companies are increasingly aware of the need to introduce CSR policies in their work and actively involved in the CSR reporting process. The topic of CSR is gaining popularity in Kazakhstan. Representatives of business, state, public, and consumers are increasingly gathering to discuss social projects.(original abstract)
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105--122
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Twórcy
  • WHZ Zwickau
  • Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
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