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Fire Your CSR Department

Started this discussion. Last reply by Barton Alexander Aug 13, 2009. 17 Replies


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Corporate Responsibility, Sustainable Development, Environment, Microfinance, Ecotourism
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Business Strategy Consultant
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At 4:38pm on April 20, 2009, James said…
That lack of a CSR position is only one indicator of the less-than-positive intentions of Nestle Corp. Just look what they put in their food!
At 3:33pm on April 21, 2009, James said…
Hi Chris, I agree that an across the company CSR strategy is preferrable rather than a stand alone department. When CSR is an integral part of every department of the company, then maybe we will see some changes in the products they make and sell.

Re: their products, just look at the ingredients they have in their products. Theya re getting kids addicted to sugar from infancy. And sugar and its other forms such as high fructose corn syrup, etc. is a drug, and that addiction can incline some people towards diabeties they would never otherwise have. I leave it for you to invevstigate some of the additives they include in their foods. Suffice it to say, you are talking with someone who is into natural foods and health.

Appreciate your interest. Best regards, Jim
At 2:20pm on April 22, 2009, Chris Jarvis said…
Hey Chris, just took a look at your blog - CSR 4 CEO's. Good info, I added it to my google reader.


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