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The Resource Corporate Social Responsibility and Diversity Management : Theoretical Approaches and Best Practices

Corporate Social Responsibility and Diversity Management : Theoretical Approaches and Best Practices

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Corporate Social Responsibility and Diversity Management : Theoretical Approaches and Best Practices
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Corporate Social Responsibility and Diversity Management
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Theoretical Approaches and Best Practices
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Corporate Social Responsibility and Diversity Management : Theoretical Approaches and Best Practices
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  • Foreword -- Time to Reap Europés Diversity Dividend -- Contents -- Introduction: CSR and Diversity Management -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Corporate Social Responsibility -- 2.1 Approaching CSR -- 2.2 The European Commissiońs (EC) Strategy on CSR -- 2.2.1 Enhancing the Visibility of CSR and Disseminating Good Practices -- 2.2.2 Improving and Tracking Levels of Trust in Business -- 2.2.3 Improving Self- and Co-regulation Processes -- 2.2.4 Enhancing Market Rewards for CSR -- 2.2.5 Improving Company Disclosure of Social and Environmental Information -- 2.2.6 Further Integrating CSR into Education, Training and Research -- 2.2.7 Emphasising the Importance of National and Subnational CSR Policies -- 2.2.8 Better Aligning European and Global Approaches to CSR -- 3 How to Manage Workforce Diversity: From Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity to DM and Inclusion -- 3.1 An International View on Diversity -- 3.2 Perspectives on Diversity -- 3.2.1 Discrimination and Fairness -- 3.2.2 Access and Legitimacy -- 3.2.3 Integration and Learning -- 3.3 Accounting for Diversity: The Need to Go Beyond the Shareholders -- 3.4 International Diversity and DM Discourses -- 3.5 Rationales Used Within the Diversity Debates -- 3.6 Remarks -- 4 Frameworks for Integrating and Adopting CSR and DM Strategies -- 4.1 A Process Model of Organisational Sensemaking: The Importance of Understanding the Philosophical Underpinnings Within Orga... -- 4.2 Diversity and CSR as a Multi-level Construct -- 4.3 Cornerstones of Implementation -- 4.3.1 Providing Resources -- 4.3.2 Defining and Meeting Goals -- 4.3.3 Ensuring Integration -- 4.3.4 Realising Cultural Change -- 5 Concluding Remarks -- Bibliography -- Part I: CSR and Diversity from a Theoretical Perspective -- Introduction -- (Un)clear Relationships? -- 1 Determinants of Reflexive Diversity Research
  • 2 Establishing the Relationships Between DM and CSR -- 2.1 Types of Diversity Management (DM) -- 2.2 Types of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) -- 2.3 Establishing the Relationships: An Attempt -- 3 Conclusion and Research Perspectives -- References -- Understanding Diversity Management in the UK -- 1 Introduction -- 2 From Equality to Diversity: Theory and Practice in the UK -- 3 Legal Context: Impact on Diversity Management -- 4 Equality and Diversity Stakeholders -- 4.1 Diversity Champions and Specialists -- 4.2 Line Managers -- 4.3 Trade Unions -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Corporate Social Responsibility and Diversity Management: A Win-Win Situation? Comments from the Case of Germany -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Systematic Comparison Between DM and CSR -- 2.1 Origins of DM and CSR -- 2.2 Societal Drivers for DM and CSR -- 2.3 Aims of DM and CSR -- 2.4 Implementing DM and CSR -- 2.5 CSR and DM Instruments -- 2.6 How Is Success Measured? -- 2.7 Company DM and CSR Communication -- 3 The Relationship Between CSR and DM -- 3.1 Synergies and Conflicts Between CSR and DM -- 3.2 How Can a Win-Win Situation Be Created? -- References -- Uncovering the Myth of the Rational Good: Diversity Management and Corporate Social Responsibility in Austria -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Conceptualizing Diversity Management and Corporate Social Responsibility -- 3 Illustration: Austrian Best Practice Examples -- 4 Shedding Light on Moral and Instrumental Motives -- 5 Conclusion: S̀̀o What? ́́-- Bibliography -- Part II: Diversity Charter Practitioners -- Introduction -- Bibliography -- The Charta der Vielfalt: Assuming Responsibility for Diversity -- 1 Practical Experience with the Charta der Vielfalt: What Is the Relationship Between CSR and Diversity Management? -- 1.1 The Role of the Charta der Vielfalt: Agenda Setter for Diversity Management in Business and Society
  • 1.2 The Activities of Charta der Vielfalt: A Voluntary Commitment to More Diversity -- 1.3 The Opportunity of the Charta der Vielfalt: Closer Interaction Between CSR and Diversity Management -- 1.4 Difference in Orientation -- 2 Inclusion Strengthens Organisations -- 2.1 The Holistic Diversity Approach: From Integration to Inclusion -- 2.2 Transformation of Company Culture -- 3 The German Diversity Day: Taking Stock and Sharing Successes -- 4 Conclusion -- From Equal Treatment to Diversity: The Case of the French Diversity Charter -- 1 The Meaning of Diversity -- 2 Diversity as a Way of Improving Business Performance in France -- 3 Role and Action of the French Diversity Charter -- 4 What Can Be the Next Steps for the French Charter? -- Reference -- Towards Employee-Friendly Work Environment, Diversity Charter in Poland -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Harnessing Diversity Potential -- 3 Managing Diversity in Poland: Beginnings -- 4 Diversity Charter: European and Local Context -- 5 The Importance of Cooperation: Genesis of Diversity Charter in Poland -- 6 Beyond Declaration: Obligations of Diversity Charter Signatories -- 7 Gender, Age, Disability: Leading Themes -- 8 Role of Diversity Charters: Promotion, Education, Evaluation -- 9 Transformation Companion -- 10 Good Start and First Benefits -- 11 Further Steps -- References -- Part III: CSR and Diversity: Practical Implications for Corporations -- Introduction -- Hiring for Diversity: The Challenges Faced by American and European Companies in Employee Selection -- 1 The Psychometric Selection Paradigm -- 2 Selection and Diversity Management in the USA -- 3 Diversity Selection: What Can Organizations Do? -- 4 Diversity Selection in the USA: What Do Organizations Do? -- 5 Selection and Diversity Management in Europe -- 6 Selection with a Diversity Focus in Europe: What Do Organizations Do? -- 7 Discussion
  • References -- Corporate Social Responsibility and Diversity in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the Engineering and Production Sector -- 1 Management Summary -- 2 Definitions of CSR and Diversity -- 3 Management Principles and Their Effect on Success -- 4 Demographic Change and Intercultural Employment -- 5 The HR Process, the Shared Role of the HR Department and Management -- 6 Leading by Example -- 6.1 How SMEs in the Manufacturing and Production Sector Are Reaping the Benefits of CSR and Diversity -- 6.2 Gender and Intercultural Teams at a Partner for the Development of Engineering Services in the Automotive Industry -- Bertrandt: Your Trusted Development Partner -- 6.3 Policies -- 6.4 Culture and Management -- Promoting Diversity and Celebrating the Differences Between People -- 6.5 Bertrandt, 2015 -- 7 CSR: An HR Consultancy Partners with Customers for CSR -- 8 The Challenges of De Facto Diversity in Multinationals -- 8.1 Diversity and Points of View -- 8.2 Making Diversity a Formal HR Policy Is Key -- 9 Conclusion: Key Learning Points and Outlook -- 9.1 Key Learning Points -- 9.2 Outlook -- Bibliography -- Others -- Influencing Employer Attractiveness by Connecting Corporate Social Responsibility and Diversity Management -- 1 Challenges of Global Corporate Environments -- 2 Studies on È̀mployer Attractivenesś ́-- 3 Connection Between Social Responsibility and Employer Attractiveness -- 3.1 Conclusion -- 4 CSR, Diversity Management, and Employer Attractiveness -- 4.1 Conclusion -- 5 Integrative Model for Increasing Employer Attractiveness -- 6 Recommendations for Action on How to Increase Employer Attractiveness -- 7 Outlook: We Need You Both -- References -- CSR and Diversity in the Steel Industry -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Steel Industry and CSR Policies -- 3 CSR Implementation in the Individual Steel Companies
  • 4 Examples of Individual Companies -- 4.1 ArcelorMittal -- 4.2 Nippon Steel and Sumitomo Metal Corporation -- 4.3 Baosteel Group Corporation -- 4.4 POSCO -- 4.5 Tata Steel Group -- 4.6 Nucor -- 4.7 Gerdau -- 4.8 ThyssenKrupp -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Adding Value Through Appreciation: Reflecting the Case of Henkel -- 1 The Diversity and Inclusion Concept -- 2 Diversity and Inclusion at Henkel -- 3 Diversity and CSR -- 4 Inclusion as an Independent Concept: Experiences from Henkel -- 5 Conclusion: The Interaction of Awareness and Commitment -- References -- Corporate Diversity Consulting: Reflections from a Practitioner -- 1 Introduction -- 2 What Is Meant by Diversity Consulting? -- 3 Consulting Companies -- 4 Consulting Fields of Diversity -- 4.1 Anti-discrimination -- 5 Diversity Management as a Management Tool -- 6 Implementation of Diversity Management from a Practitioneŕs Perspective -- 6.1 Quantitative Data -- 6.2 Qualitative Data -- 7 Activities of Diversity Management -- 7.1 Communication -- 7.2 Human Resources -- 7.3 Learning -- 7.4 Networks -- 7.5 Flexible Work -- 7.6 Corporate Responsibility -- 7.7 Controlling -- 7.8 Challenges of an International Diversity Management -- 8 Finding Suitable Diversity Consulting -- 9 Summary and Outlook -- Part IV: CSR and Diversity: Practical Implications for Learning -- Introduction -- Cultural Diversity in Russia: Addressing the Challenges of CSR-Related Diversity in Education -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Levels of Culture: What We Teach -- 3 Cultural Diversity in Russia: Challenges Addressing CSR -- 4 Remaining Questions and Conclusion -- References -- Corporate Social Responsibility: ThirdPlaceLearning for Absorbing Diverse Perspectives -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Part I: Absorbing Complex Stakeholder Perspectives for CSR -- 2.1 Proactive Stakeholder-Based Global CSR
  • 2.2 Contextual and Stakeholder Relations: Complexity Absorption
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