Profit Oriented, Legal, Ethical, Responsibility, Standards


Corporate Social Responsibility is all about companies playing their responsible part in society and giving back to society and a big part of that is fund raising for valuable cause. Companies engage in Corporate Social Responsibility when they grant benefits to the communities where they work which are neither required by law nor an integral part of their primary objective is profit oriented company. Today, however businesses must also reflect on the legal, ethical, moral and social consequences of their decisions. The purpose of working on this paper is to identify the ethical issues faced by the organization and how the unethical behavior in organization is excessively aggressive to achieve business objectives. Evidences suggest that social corporate responsibility and the maintenance of high ethical standards is not an option but an obligation for all businesses. This paper also draws the inferences that often have the ethical implications of an action are overlooked for personal gain and the benefits are usually material. This frequently manifests itself in companies that attempt to cheat environmental regulations.