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    Title: 以員工期望探討企業社會責任指標;Using Employee Expectation as A Corporate Social Responsibility Index
    Authors: 劉俊其;Liu,Chun-chi
    Contributors: 環境工程研究所
    Keywords: 企業社會責任;全球報告倡議組織;利害相關者參與;Corporate social responsibility;Global reporting initiative;Stakeholders engagement
    Date: 2013-07-25
    Issue Date: 2013-08-22 12:17:43 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 企業社會責任是任何企業組織持續經營及永續發展所需面對的核心議題,然而,台灣地區的中小企業面臨企業社會責任議題,參與性仍顯得較不積極。本研究採用廣泛使用之全球報告倡議組織所提出「GRI 永續性報告綱領」3.0版作為評估中小企業參與企業社會責任的可行性。
    Corporate social responsibility, CSR, is a core issue for any organization committed to sustainable development. However, it is uncommon for small and medium-sized enterprises, SMEs, to engage in corporate social responsibility. This study attempts to evaluate the feasibility of SMEs’ engagement in CSR. Because of its global acceptance, the Sustainability Reporting Guidelines Version 3.0 proposed by the Global Reporting Initiative are adopted in this research.
    Questionnaires are designed based on the performance indicators of economic, environmental, labor practices, decent work, human rights, society, and product responsibility. To provide sufficient background information to respondents, respective aspects of each performance indicator are also included in the questionnaire. Applicability of the questionnaires is refined through an experts review process. This study only considers employees as the primary stakeholders. This is due to the fact that external stakeholders of a small and medium-sized company are relatively reluctant to engage in the CSR reporting process. To collect as many returned questionnaires as possible, social media is utilized in addition to in-house surveys.
    Sophisticated statistical analysis methods are used to analyze 1,087 returned questionnaires. Results of the survey indicate that personal background such as gender, age, education, tenure, etc. strongly affect the respondents’ perception on CSR. Secondly, employees’ preference on the ranking of the performance indicators can be used to prioritize an organization’s social responsibility programs and to allocate limited resources. Approaches proposed in this study can also be used by a SME to engage other stakeholders other than its own employees. Keywords : Corporate social responsibility, Stakeholders, Global reporting initiative, Stakeholders engagement
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