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Article From Article Directory Database Corporate Social Responsibility: Executive Classic Resumes Wilfredo Fuentes
Submitted 2014-07-27 20:46:36 In the previous few years, the popularity of candidates utilizing the executive classic resume format (including those opposed to globalization) has gained a bit of steam.

What many individuals in the movement promote now is called Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), the concept that corporations ought to be responsible to all of society and the environment, as well as to shareholders.

It's a shame they've gained momentum. After all, without modern corporations we would all be poorer, and in particular, few of us could anticipate to retire comfortably. More than anything else, modern corporations exist to provide pension income.

Sure, corporations used to be owned by a few, extremely rich people. But, with the widespread adoption of pension funds and mutual funds , corporations now belong mainly to working people.

Whilst it's true the average working individual has far, far less wealth than the average billionaire, there are many, many times more working individuals using executive classic resumes. That means company and government pension plans can invest vast sums of money into capital stock, making working class people the biggest shareholders of many corporations.

From a communication viewpoint, I'm interested in understanding why Corporate Social Responsibility gets such good media coverage and so much interest. I am also interested in understanding what we, as communicators, can learn from them.

For starters, the anti-corporate movement has a simple message: "Corporations have too much money and power; working individuals do not have enough," or some variation on that theme. On the other hand, my defence of corporations above is anything but simple, although I'm fairly good at capturing ideas when making an executive classic format resume. Did your eyes glaze over as you read my description?

The 'anti' movement also enjoys the luxury of making a good (poor working people) versus bad (wealthy corporations) argument. That's a moral argument, one that adds spice to any news story. On the other hand , the 'pro' side works largely with rational discourse and the ideas of economists.

Third, the protestors bring passion to the anti-corporate message. After all, this is a battle of good against evil, isn't it? Again, the defenders of modern corporations and globalization have to rely on the prosaic science of economists.

Fourth, the label 'Corporate Social Responsibility' also helps the anti-corporate movement. Not just does the name act as a unifying point for its advocates, however it also implies that CSR is a good thing. After all, who could be against 'social' and 'responsibility'?

Now, despite their high media profile and ubiquitous presence, the advocates of CSR possess a problem. They might have the ability to win the attention of reporters and editors, but they haven't had much clout with the real decision makers, the people who run companies, pension plans , and mutual funds.

And, the decision makers aren't likely to be swayed. They comprehend the role of corporations, and they know exactly where their responsibilities lie. Even widespread public sympathy for CSR is not likely to have much impact, because they report to shareholders, to not society as a whole.

So, maybe the final lesson we'll take from the anti-corporate movement today is that, sometimes, great communication can only take you so far by itself.

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