Romans 12:10 says “Be devoted to one another in brotherly love; give preference to one another in honor…” I think this is a great verse that goes with corporate citizenship. When a company has people and employees that truly respect and want what is best for the company, this can help in the process of corporate citizenship as you said.
Fischer (n.d.) discussed how often not encouraging the best for the employees and company might end up encouraging mediocrity and might come back to hurt the company. Like you said, when a company is really responsible and wants to make their corporation look better and have great corporate citizenship, they can not only gain more profits but gain more trust from the employees and stakeholders. This was a great post, Kevin, keep up the good work. References Fischer, K. (n.d.). Globalization and Big Business Ferrel, I., Hult, O. C., & Maignan, G. T. M. (1999). Corporate Citizenship: Cultural Antecedents and Business Benefits. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science , 27 (4), 455– 469. Lawrence, A. T., & Weber, J. (2017). Business and society: Stakeholders, ethics, public policy.
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- Business Ethics, Corporation, Political corruption