Businesses Care and Social Responsibility
Business care and social responsibility are methods employed by companies to retain their strategies and power, and it is necessary for all companies to engage in this. When adopted, these strategies ensure advancements in the business and they insure the internal and external factors that are involved. Businesses should not be totally engrossed with making profits or beating their competitors but should be concerned with the welfare of their employees as well as their consumers and the environment at large. Therefore businesses should try to ensure that they bring their a neutral point in an integral part of the approach they use for creating popularity and satisfaction that they deliver regarding quality, employee maintenance, and environmental care.
Being a caring business
Being a caring business means that there will be consideration of elements that respect social integration, respect human rights, as well as satisfy consumer concerns in the business operations. All these collaborate with stakeholders' wishes and make the business an appreciative figure in the society. It is therefore good to be socially as well as corporately responsible to ensure that the stakeholders both intrinsic and extrinsic are satisfied. A good example is the Patagonia Company that has taken action in ensuring that regardless of the need for the company to engage and increase farmers for their raw materials, it extensively engages in activities that reduce environmental degradation and effects. Therefore as a manager or administrator of any business corporate, it is good that as much as there is a desire to advance the business outreach and reputation, environmental and social concerns of the people should be a priority. In that context, therefore, businesses should integrate competitive approaches based on a caring and responsible ground concerning the benefits they deliver to society.