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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): A Resource Guide

Company & Facility Information

This section provides links to information on Company Profiles & Rankings, Certified Companies & Facilities, as well as organizations concerned with Supply Change Management as they relate to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The Doing Company Research guide provides ideas and strategies for researching companies, with a focus on more common sources that may be of use for those looking for information on companies that are active and for those looking for current information.

The Company Profiles and Rankings section provides information on evaluations of companies on various aspects of CSR, including employee satisfaction, accessibility, environmental matters, and social issues. The Certified companies section provides information on certifications from organizations and government bodies for meeting CSR standards.

Supply chain management (SCM) involves the efficient and economic management of the flow of goods and services, including all processes that transfer raw materials into final products. Companies need to navigate potential ethical, legal, and economic concerns when choosing suppliers and other companies to partner with in the manufacturing and shipping processes.

Lewis Wickes Hine. When the whistle blows. Closing hour at the Danville (Va.) Cigarette Factory. Location: Danville, Virginia. 1911. National Child Labor Committee Collection. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division