Corporate Social Responsibility Matters for Indian Employees: Ipsos Study

By siliconindia  |   Thursday, 27 June 2013, 11:37 Hrs
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Mumbai: Global research from Ipsos finds that employees in India have one of the highest regards for corporate social responsibility. More than half (51 percent) of employees in India believe it is important to them that their employer acts responsibly towards the society.

The Ipsos survey of 24 nations showed that feelings about corporate responsibility were highest in Brazil (65 percent), Mexico (59 percent), Argentina (57 percent), Indonesia (55 percent) and India (51 percent), where more than half of workers said it was very important for their employers to be responsible to the society and the environment.

But in Japan and France less than 20 percent of workers felt the same way, and in Spain, Belgium, Germany, South Korea and China the number was less than 30 percent.

In other developed nations it ranged from 30 percent in Britain and 32 percent in the United States to 35 percent in Australia and 37 percent in Canada. 

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