CSR in Context
How much value do you put on corporate social responsibility (CSR) in your laboratory? Read this and you may change your mind.
Elyssa Litchfield |
While I was studying for my master’s degree, I became fixated on the intricacies of corporate social responsibility. In an attempt to merge my Master’s degree study with my employment domain, I often searched for the terms “corporate social responsibility in laboratories” and regardless of whether I was searching in scholarly databases or Google, I always came up empty handed. The lack of awareness of this important concept bothered me to my core.
I have seen countless labs during my career and observed their CSR practices. But I found it troublesome that the term was not more frequently discussed; the fact that it was not a topic of conversation suggested to me that many labs were not, in fact, following good CSR practices.
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