Corporate Social Responsibility
213.4 x 213.4 cm
Not For Sale
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a system that businesses put in place to hold themselves accountable within four major sections – environmental, civic, economic and workplace. By implementing CSR, a company’s image is associated with social good. This not only assists the company in reaching its target audience but also gives managers the opportunity to instill healthy practices in the workplace. Another positive effect of this can be employee empowerment, giving them encouragement to take the lead and utilize a company’s resources, positively. But the most important reason is for ethical practices. The effects that companies have on their surroundings are unignorable. Consumers and employees are now questioning their engagement with businesses through the lens of CSR. For the purpose of my social issue, I focused on the ecological impacts of companies. By doing so, I was able to study a specific industry (automotive) and explore the detailed impacts of CSR.
Exhibitions with this piece
Joining the conversation on world matters, virtually.
The ASU Visual Communication Design Class of 2021 is thrilled to launch the first ever virtual senior exhibition, Unmute. This project is a culmination of months of work, forty-four passionate designers, two supportive professors, and a dedication to learn more about the world around us - all while collaborating and designing entirely online. Join us virtually, as we’ve partnered with VR-All-Art to create an immersive, interactive exhibition experience. Use the arrows on your keyboard to explore the virtual space, walking through each student’s unique exhibit. Click on highlighted items on each panel to dive deeper into the conversation.