Survey: U.K. workers demand better CSR from their employers

04/28/2011 | (U.K.)

British workers are increasingly unwilling to join companies that fail to meet basic CSR standards, suggests a LeapCR survey. Companies without a CSR strategy could find themselves unable to hire the best and most productive workers, says CEO Malcolm Scovil, whose company provides employee-engagement software. "If employers fail to meet these expectations, either through a lack of CSR initiatives or a failure to communicate what they are doing to their staff, then they will find themselves struggling to remain competitive," he warns.

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