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Irish companies ‘are shirking their social responsibilities’

Smaller Irish companies aren’t setting up anything like as many corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes as they should, according to the organiser of a new executive programme in CSR.

15th March, 2008

Smaller Irish companies aren’t setting up anything like as many corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes as they should, according to the organiser of a new executive programme in CSR.

Cormac Russell, managing director of training organisation Nurture Development, said companies appeared to believe significant outlay was required for CSR, which was not the case.

He said the mere focus on creating a CSR strategy would give any firm more currency with its customer...

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