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The Complete Report on CSR of Jindal Steel and Power Limited

Shri O.P. Jindal found Jindal Steel and Power Limited (JSPL) 30 years ago and made the Jindal Group synonymous with mining and Industrialization in India. He also ensured that JSPL used its profits and resources for the betterment of the society through the CSR initiatives of JSPL Foundation. JSPL Foundation has been spending on...

TCS & HUL lead in Best Practices for Talent Diversity

Talent diversity has major benefits for companies. Hiring employees from varied cultural backgrounds drives out-of-the-box thinking; since the teams are populated with people from diverse skills and (work as well as life) experiences, they bring a lot more to the table. TCS and HUL are two companies that have longrunning talent diversity programmes in...

CSR News: L’Oréal announces support for vulnerable women, environment protection

In the context of the Covid-19 pandemic and to address its consequences, L’Oréal announces L’Oréal for the future, an unprecedented social and environmental solidarity programme to address the following priorities: 1. Supporting organizations that support highly vulnerable women, the first victims of the social and economic crisis generated by the pandemic, with the creation of...

Responsible Marketing will be Integral to CSR in post COVID-19 World

Marketers wield a lot of power in influencing public opinion, especially with tactics such as subliminal messaging. These tactics are often so effective that it leads to behavioural change in society. For example, feminism was used to promote the sale of cigarettes in the early 20th century. This led to women feeling free when...

CSR and Sustainability in Fashion Industry After COVID-19

Sustainable fashion was slowly picking up popularity in the fashion industry before the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic. The fast-fashion had dominated the fashion industry for more than a decade. However, with concerns regarding waste management and damage that it caused to the environment, the industry had started to look for alternative options to make...

The Conflict Between Corporate Social Responsibility and IPR

In today’s world where sustainability and responsible business practice is no longer an option, a dilemma has emerged in the pharma sector regarding the conflict between corporate social responsibility and IPR. Pharma companies have a huge responsibility on their shoulders, especially in current times with the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic. The rapid spreading of the...

CSR News: Tata Power- DDL takes concrete steps in fight against Coronavirus

In the wake of coronavirus crisis, TATA Power-DDL has made necessary arrangements to ensure uninterrupted power supply to its 7 million consumers in North Delhi. It is providing uninterrupted power supply to several essential and critical services like Hospitals, Laboratories, Pharmacies, Grocery Stores, Cooking Gas Bottling Plants, Delhi Jal Board Plants and powering millions...

The Definitive CSR Report of Reliance Industries Ltd

Reliance Industries Limited. (RIL) has been one of the largest companies in India for the better part of the last two decades. It leads the corporate world in net profits every year. As CSR in India is mandatory as per the Companies Act 2013, The CSR Journal in its #LetsTalkCSR series is evaluating the...

CSR News: Extending the Positives of Lockdown Post Lockdown

The world has been under siege since the outbreak of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), with most of the countries worldwide under partial lockdown forced into compulsory quarantine and social distancing, thereby resulting in the downfall of several industries globally. However, this lockdown has given much-needed respite to nature. Thus, the environment has become a beneficiary...

CSR News: Campaign to Spread Awareness on Corona in Rural India

"I will not step outside the house at all. I have heard, that helicopters are going to spray some medicine in the air and it will cause me to catch the virus," said Dilip, a farmer in Kera village of Gujarat. "I have heard, even talking on the phone for a long time can get...

Cyber Fraud Cases Borne by COVID-19

The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has given rise to a range of problems across the world. A major hit was observed in the global economy, there was a rise in cases of domestic violence across the globe and another problem that has come under the spectrum is that of the rising number of...

Free Online Photography Classes During Lockdown

Lockdown has been imposed in India for an extended period of time in order to fight against the rapid spread of COVID-19. People are locked in their homes with either no or very less work to do, considering that many of the businesses are not functioning at this point. This has left a lot...

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