Some Indian Enterprises Incorporating Corporate Social Responsibility Endeavors

Forbes: Corporate Social Responsibility: Should It Be A Law?
Esha Chabbra, contributor

“India is the first country to have corporate social responsibility (CSR) legislation, mandating that companies give two percent of their net profits to charitable causes. Innovative? Perhaps on a policy level. But some small-medium size enterprises within India have already embedded social impact into their company ethos…” Chabbra discusses several of these enterprises and their public health-related endeavors (4/18).

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