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CONTRIBUTION AND SOCIAL WORK
Today, the increasing importance of corporate social responsibility means private sector employer demand for social workers is increasing. Businesses have good reason to hire social workers, and a growing number of them are in need of positions to be filled.
Businesses can practice social responsibility by donating money, products or services to social causes and nonprofits. Larger companies tend to have plentiful resources that can benefit charities and local community programs; however, as a small business, your efforts can make a big difference. If there is a specific charity or program you have in mind, reach out to the organization and ask them about their specific needs and whether a donation of money, time or perhaps your company's products would best help them.
Ethical labor practices
By treating employees fairly and ethically, companies can demonstrate CSR. This is especially true of businesses that operate in international locations with labor laws that differ from those in the United States.
Participating in local causes or volunteering your time (and your staff's time) in community events says a lot about a company's sincerity. By doing good deeds without expecting anything in return, companies can express their concern (and support) for specific issues and social causes.
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