How useful is theory when counseling organizations on CSR and Sustainability

How useful is theory when counseling organizations on

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How useful is theory when counseling organizations on CSR and Sustainability? Are critical approaches enough? Ethics, values, and employee-organization fit associated with CSR and Sustainability initiatives Organizational reputation and employee engagement with regard to CSR and Sustainability How organizations use a CSR and Sustainability mission to attract and retain top talent Community relations, CSR and Sustainability ethics from the standpoint of indigenous cultures How ethical are employee volunteer work programs designed to support CSR and Sustainability? Case studies of Human Resources and Public Relations team building challenges and successes Measuring corporate and nonprofit citizenship ethics as they relate to CSR and Sustainability What to do when your organization lands on a least-respected CSR/Sustainability list Walking an ethics tightrope when nonprofits join multinationals on CSR/ Sustainability programs This edited collection's target readership includes: scholars, advanced undergrads, graduate students – as well as PR, HR, and other CSR/S professionals. Proposal Submission Deadline: January 15, 2017 Send a two-page, double-spaced abstract of your proposed chapter in Word format and brief author biography to Donnalyn Pompper, [email protected] Authors Notified of Interest: February 1, 2017 First Draft of Full Chapter Due: May 1, 2017 Revisions: May-July 1, 2017 Submission to Publisher: July 15, 2017 Authors of accepted chapters shall receive a complimentary copy of the published book!
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