Employee Engagement in Corporate Social Responsibility
- Debbie Haski-Leventhal - Macquarie University, Australia, Macquarie Business School, Macquarie University, Australia
- Lonneke Roza - Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Netherlands
- Stephen Brammer - Macquarie Business School, Macquarie University, Australia
Business Ethics | Corporate Social Responsibility | Human Resource Management
This book offers a remarkable collection of chapters, written by the leading scholars in CSR and employee engagement. Using the existing literature, new empirical studies, case studies and thought-provoking insights, this collection of authors discuss why and how to engage employees in CSR and through CSR.Employee engagement in Corporate Social Responsibility focuses on engaging employees in socially responsible initiatives with three major parts of the book: the antecedents that lead to employee engagement in CSR; the processes and opportunities to involve employees; and the impact of the above on employees, the company, non-profit organisations and society. This book contributes to both research and managerial practice by presenting cutting edge knowledge from leading CSR scholars and practitioners.
As businesses strive to transform their organisations towards sustainability and responsible management, this book provides expert strategies to achieve competitive advantages while fulfilling employee engagement opportunities. I admire the book’s organisation—antecedents, processes, and impacts. Stimulating employee engagement is on the cutting edge of successful CSR application today. Whether you are a novice or seasoned academic, researcher or practitioner, this book is appropriate for you. I strongly and enthusiastically endorse it.
Successfully engaging employees in their social responsibility programs is one of the key challenges facing responsible businesses today. In this brilliant new collection, many of the leading researchers in the field provide new ideas, evidence and insights about problems companies face and how they can go about tackling them. A timely and valuable volume for anyone interested in engaging employees in CSR.