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Corporate social responsibility today is viewed as a business imperative that provides opportunities for building customer/brand loyalty while also addressing some of the world’s greatest challenges, such as climate change, sustainable development and fair trade. The biggest hurdle for business leaders is how to align corporate social responsibility with the bottom line. Research shows that women, more often than men, generally view their careers in terms of the impact they can have on society. CSR programs can motivate and contribute to job satisfaction, not only for women, but for all employees.

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October 31, 2008 posted by Linda Basch

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  • September 22, 2009

    It has been one year since the collapse of Lehman Brother and the ensuing economic crisis that forever changed Wall Street. A recent report by the National Council for Research on Women examined whether the meltdown would have been less severe if more...


  • August 17, 2009

    The dinners and conferences of the National Council for Research on Women are where veteran crusaders mix and mingle. Now they're hosting two initiatives to bring younger women into the fold.


  • August 8, 2009

    Re “No Doubts: Women Are Better Managers” (Corner Office, July 26), in which Carol Smith of the Elle Group described women’s qualities as bosses:


  • July 22, 2009

    I started in the financial services industry in 1988 as an analyst at Goldman Sachs. Eight years later at the age of 32, I was the first female trader and youngest woman to be invited in to the partnership of this firm. I was an example of how women...


  • June 29, 2009

    Last week, we heard that Citigroup, like so many other financial companies in peril, is going to raise base salaries by as much as 50 percent in order to discourage the culture of excessive risk-taking in pursuit of big bonuses. Newsflash! Citigroup:...