Corporate Responsibility and Labour Issues in China: Reflections on a Beijing Conference
Brief notes on some of the issues discussed at a conference in Beijing concerning corporate responsibility and labor issues in China. The discussion centers on whether corporate social responsibility (CSR) can move on from the current experimental phase into a broader system for “regulating” business practices. Further, it reviews the main factors and conditions that encourage or oblige individual companies to engage with the CSR agenda, and that need to be in place if CSR is to be scaled-up.
global; globalisation; globalization; human; international; labor; labour; rights; standards; trade; union; work; worker; workplace