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CSR

(1) (Customer Service Representative) A person who handles a customer's request regarding a bill, account change or merchandise ordered. Agents in call centers are known as CSRs. See call center.

(2) (Certificate Signing Request) A request made to a certificate authority (CA) from an organization or individual to obtain a digital certificate. The requesting party includes information that proves its identity and digitally signs the CSR with the private key that is generated from a public/private key pair. See digital certificate.

(3) (CSR plc, Cambridge, England, www.csr.com) A company that designs integrated circuits and software for wireless communications, including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, FM radio and NFC. See aptX.
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The Committee has emphasized on not treating CSR as a means of resource gap funding for government schemes.
To help you decide on this, here are three tips on what should be your considerations in starting your CSR program, according to JR Demecais, a social entrepreneur, a researcher and project manager of various CSR programs:
He further said that CSR goes beyond charity and requires the companies and businesses to act beyond their legal obligations and to integrate social, environmental and ethical concerns into a company's business process.
Onuesoke further opined that a legalised CSR in the country would ensure that the host community are entitled to such claims.
Bin Shafar highlighted that the Dubai Chamber CSR Label is thehighest level of recognition for CSR efforts of businesses in the region and it contributes to building a responsible and sustainable business community and also promoting responsible individual and institutional practices that protect the environment.
Al Ghurair revealed that 359 companies have received the Dubai Chamber CSR Label since its launch in 2010, and explained that the Dubai Chamber CSR Label is a clear and voluntary standard for CSR implementation in UAE and the GCC which recognises companies who adopt best business practices and conform with international CSR standards and guidelines.
CSR has gained attention since the 1950s with the dominance of modern corporations, and researchers have offered several definitions of CSR.
The objective of the event is to provide an innovative platform of interaction and networking, while creating awareness about CSR amongst the conference delegates.
Speaking with TheWeek on the sidelines of the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Destination Sustainability and Arabia CSR Network, a Pan Arab platform, to provide certified training for CSR and sustainability reporting using the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards in Oman, Shaima said, "Through this tie-up, we want to strengthen the understanding among companies, NGOs and government entities on sustainability practices and social responsibility."
Shaima al Lawati, founder and managing director of Destination Sustainability, said, 'By joining efforts with Arabia CSR Network, we hope to strengthen the understanding among companies, non-governmental organisations, and government entities on sustainability practices and social responsibility.'
While there is some evidence that CSR is linked to economic performance, empirical results are mixed (e.g., McWilliams & Siegel, 2000).
To help spread the CSR culture in the country, DED Ajman is calling on all employees and registered companies and establishments to take up cause-oriented initiatives and projects to help flourish the work environment and contribute to the CSR system development in Ajman.