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Stakeholders In Csr Implementation In Mining

stakeholders in csr implementation in mining. stakeholders in csr implementation in mining gcnoordplein CSR is a helpful conceptual frame for exploring the corporate attitude of companies towards stakeholders For the mining industry CSR is about balancing the diverse demands of communities and the imperative to protect the environment with the ever-present need to make a

CSR Implementation Challenges: Analysing the Role and

May 31, 2019 The power and role of stakeholders in the efficacy or implementation of CSR agreements are a concern in the developing world in general and the Marange diamond mining project in particular. Corporate social responsibility Stakeholder Corporate social responsibility in the mining industry: Perspectives from stakeholder groups in

CSR Implementation Challenges: Analysing the Role and

While expectations of both the mining companies and stakeholders may vary depending on their interests, one thing that does not change is the company’s responsibility to fulfil its CSR mandate

The Role of CSR as Corporate-Level Strategy in Mining

implementation in running their mining operation since CSR is a crucial factor which today is incorporated into the vision and mission of mining companies or incorporated into the corporate-level strategy. Keywords: corporate-level strategy, corporate social responsibility, sustainability of

The CSR Practices of a Mining PSU: Implementation

Aug 29, 2019 A gap analysis was conducted on the company’s CSR agenda formulation and implementation, and ways to bridge these gaps have been suggested. The study shows three different models of CSR being used by this mining PSU, from which the factors for successful CSR implementation are duly identified.

Mining Companies with Strong CSR Programs Benefit All

Jul 17, 2018 CSR programs in the mining industry are an equitable way to compensate communities for the social and environmental costs associated with mining

An Examination of Corporate Social Responsibility

An Examination of Corporate Social Responsibility Implementation and Stakeholder Engagement: A Case Study in the Australian Mining Industry Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 25 A sustainable livelihood framework to implement CSR project in coal mining sector, Journal of Sustainable Mining, 16,3,

CSR, Sustainability and the Mining Business E & MJ

Editor’s Note: Ties between mining companies and the communities, stakeholders and governments hosting their operations through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) are seldom well-defined. Maintaining these constantly fluctuating relationships and initiatives, however, can be as labor-intensive, complex and emotionally and psychologically

(PDF) An Examination of Corporate Social Responsibility

An Examination of Corporate Social Responsibility Implementation and Stakeholder Engagement: A Case Study in the Australian Mining Industry Business

Corporate social responsibility and stakeholder

evaluate the mode of stakeholder engagement in CSR practices of Newmont Ahafo Ltd. This paper contributes to the discussion on CSR and stakeholder management among mining companies as follows: In theory, extra information on the correlation between CSR and stakeholders behaviour is needed. This Ansu-Mensah et al. International Journal of

Corporate social responsibility in the mining industry

Highlights CSR policies are not effective in reducing conflict in the Argentine mining sector. The study reveals three types of CSR policies: ethical, developmental and distributional. Developmental CSR brings a positive element of competition in welfare distribution. Social stakeholders assess motivation, implementation and performance of CSR activities. For social stakeholders, companies are

An Examination of Corporate Social Responsibility

An Examination of Corporate Social Responsibility Implementation and Stakeholder Engagement: A Case Study in the Australian Mining Industry Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 25 A sustainable livelihood framework to implement CSR project in coal mining sector, Journal of Sustainable Mining, 16,3,

Corporate social responsibility and stakeholder engagement

Jan 02, 2021 Even though the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been applauded for several decades, the concept of stakeholder engagement is relatively new to the Ghanaian mining sector. This study investigates the CSR process of an extractive company and examines how stakeholders are engaged in CSR. Using purposive and snowball sampling in identifying its

Examining Stakeholders' Perceptions of Mining Impacts and

Jul 21, 2014 The findings reveal that stakeholders perceive mining impacts on social and environmental domains negatively in contrast to a positive perception about economic impacts. CSR is addressed in terms of social and environmental responsibilities, but is also perceived negatively as mere rhetoric, or simply as a marketing campaign.

Corporate Social Responsibility: Understanding the Mining

The social responsibility of corporate mining has been challenged by a significant socio-political risk from local communities. These issues reduce shareholder value by increasing costs and decreasing the market perception of corporate social responsibility. Community engagement is the process of understanding the behavior and interests of a group of targeted mining communities through surveys

Proposals Capacity Building of Mining Stakeholders...

The successful implementation of CSR in mining is important as it facilitates the sustainable development of APEC economies’ non-renewable natural resources. This project targets the capacity building needs of APEC developing countries as the training is geared for the different stakeholders (government, industry, and community) and focuses

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ITS

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION IN NIGERIA: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS business enterprises should also serve the interests of all other stakeholders has culminated into the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Presently, businesses implementation of CSR by companies in its environment to help better and

Corporate Social Responsibility Stakeholders

The arguments in this paper include the stakeholder theory, stakeholders and CSR relations and finally the stakeholder’s perspective on CSR. Corporate social responsibility has evolved as a global phenomenon that encompasses businesses, consumers, governments, and

Stakeholders in Ghana’s Mining Industry Discuss Ways to

Oct 22, 2019 Accra, Ghana, October 22, 2019//-Stakeholders in Ghana’s mining industry have discussed issues impeding the smooth implementation of the country’s local content programme in the mining industry. The stakeholders including manufacturers, suppliers, Minerals Commissions, and senior government officials at a day’s workshop organized by the Ghana Chamber of Mines noted that

(PDF) Development of A Guideline for the Implementation

In this study, local communities are returned to their rightful place as the major stakeholder in the CSR of mining, oil and gas industries, so that they become the main focus in the implementation and assessment of CSR activities.Based on existing research findings, CSR programs for mining, oil and gas industries should be directed

Examining Stakeholders' Perceptions of Mining Impacts and

This paper aims to provide a better understanding of multistakeholder perceptions of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in connection with mining industry impacts. While there is significant research about CSR, there is a lack of understanding in the area of specific stakeholders' perceptions within the extractive industry, particularly in a developing country like Chile.

Office of the Extractive Sector Corporate Social

The Office of the Extractive Sector CSR Counsellor advises extractive companies and other stakeholders on the implementation of CSR performance standards and guidelines. The Office also reviews the CSR practices of Canadian extractive (mining, oil and gas) companies operating abroad.

Corporate Social Responsibility: Meaning, Concept

Corporate Social Responsibility towards Stakeholders 14. Arguments for CSR 15. Arguments against Corporate Social Responsibility 16. Benefits 17. Challenges Faced by an Enterprise in CSR Implementation. Corporate Social Responsibility: Meaning, Importance, Forms, Problems, Benefits, Challenges, Models, Scope and Promotion

Corporate social responsibility in the mining industry

Jun 01, 2012 Highlights CSR policies are not effective in reducing conflict in the Argentine mining sector. The study reveals three types of CSR policies: ethical, developmental and distributional. Developmental CSR brings a positive element of competition in welfare distribution. Social stakeholders assess motivation, implementation and performance of CSR activities. For social stakeholders,

Corporate social responsibility and stakeholder engagement

Jan 02, 2021 Even though the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been applauded for several decades, the concept of stakeholder engagement is relatively new to the Ghanaian mining sector. This study investigates the CSR process of an extractive company and examines how stakeholders are engaged in CSR. Using purposive and snowball sampling in identifying its

Examining Stakeholders' Perceptions of Mining Impacts and

This paper aims to provide a better understanding of multistakeholder perceptions of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in connection with mining industry impacts. While there is significant research about CSR, there is a lack of understanding in the area of specific stakeholders' perceptions within the extractive industry, particularly in a developing country like Chile.

Examining Stakeholders' Perceptions of Mining Impacts and

Jul 21, 2014 The findings reveal that stakeholders perceive mining impacts on social and environmental domains negatively in contrast to a positive perception about economic impacts. CSR is addressed in terms of social and environmental responsibilities, but is also perceived negatively as mere rhetoric, or simply as a marketing campaign.

Corporate Social Responsibility: Understanding the Mining

The social responsibility of corporate mining has been challenged by a significant socio-political risk from local communities. These issues reduce shareholder value by increasing costs and decreasing the market perception of corporate social responsibility. Community engagement is the process of understanding the behavior and interests of a group of targeted mining communities through surveys

Implementation of the CSR policy International Mining

In 2017, its mining business launched an ambitious three-year training program for operators and managers in the field to strengthen the occupational safety culture of the teams on the ground. The prioritization of CSR actions is guided by actively listening to stakeholders in

(PDF) Development of A Guideline for the Implementation

In this study, local communities are returned to their rightful place as the major stakeholder in the CSR of mining, oil and gas industries, so that they become the main focus in the implementation and assessment of CSR activities.Based on existing research findings, CSR programs for mining, oil and gas industries should be directed

Sustainable CSR and Mining in South Africa NGO Pulse

We accept that not all corporate social responsibility (CSR) is undertaken voluntarily, and that companies are in some ways pressured by the need to comply with Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) legislation. The BEE legislation places an onus on companies to be circumspect in their internal and external operations so as to address the social and economic inequalities of their stakeholders.

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ITS

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION IN NIGERIA: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS business enterprises should also serve the interests of all other stakeholders has culminated into the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Presently, businesses implementation of CSR by companies in its environment to help better and

The Corporate Social Responsibility Report and Effective

Dec 28, 2013 The CSR report, therefore, provides a company with an opportunity to communicate its CSR efforts to the company’s stakeholders and to discuss (within the confines of a single document) certain company successes and challenges on a wide array of CSR issues, including corporate governance, climate change, employee and supplier diversity

Evaluating the drivers of corporate social responsibility

In developed countries, CSR is at an advanced level, but in developing countries-especially in South Asia-CSR is in a preliminary stage, due to both known and unknown reasons. This paper investigates drivers for CSR implementation in the mining industry in India, a developing nation in South Asia.

Making the most of corporate social responsibility McKinsey

Too often, executives have viewed corporate social responsibility (CSR) as just another source of pressure or passing fad. But as customers, employees, and suppliers—and, indeed, society more broadly—place increasing importance on CSR, some leaders have started to look at it as a creative opportunity to fundamentally strengthen their businesses while contributing to society at the same time.

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

corporate social responsibility (CSR) through effective stakeholder management. Unfortunately the link between CSR and stakeholder management has received little attention (O‟Riordan 2012). This study therefore examines the management of stakeholders of CSR within the mining sector of Ghana. This chapter, being the

An Implementation Guide for Canadian Business Corporate

Part 1 Introduction 1.1 About the Guide. The CSR Implementation Guide for Canadian Business Footnote 1 provides practical advice to companies on corporate social responsibility (CSR). It contains information on: how to build a business case for carrying out CSR initiatives; how to develop and implement a CSR strategy; and how to measure and communicate the outcomes.