According to Lin et al 2010 When good corporate legal and ethical citizenship

According to lin et al 2010 when good corporate legal

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According to Lin et al , (2010). “When good corporate legal and ethical citizenship perceived by employees are internalized, employees see themselves as personifying the organization, leading to their organizational citizenship behavior due to the positive self- concept.” I also concur with you that a good corporate citizenship practice is one that meets its legal, ethical and economics’ responsibilities expected by the stakeholders. Keeping a positive communication line between the business and its stakeholders is of paramount importance in building long-term relationships that promotes corporate citizenship behavior. Having a better communication with stakeholders helps in planning and approaching social responsibilities as a firm, Fischer, K. (n.d.). According to 1 Peter 4:10 (New International Version) we are encouraged to serve, “each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve other, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms”. A firm that practices its corporate citizenship, is inline with this
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REPLIES ON BRIBERY AND CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP 2 scripture. Taking up the call of corporate and social responsibility of serving the community and society is commended. Reference Fischer, K. (2011). Video presentation. Globalization and big business Lynchburg, VA: Liberty University. Lawrence, A. T. & Weber, J. (2017). Business & society: Stakeholders, ethics and public policy .(15th ed). New York: McGraw-Hill Lin, C., Lyau, N., Tsai, Y., Chen, W., & Chin, C. (2010). Modeling corporate citizenship and its relationship with organizational citizenship behaviors. Journal of Business Ethics, 95 (3), 357-372. doi:10.1007/s10551-010-0364-x Siegel, D. S. and D. F. Vitaliano: 2007, ‘An Empirical Analysis of the Strategic Use of Corporate Social Responsibility’, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 16(3), 773–792.
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