What is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)? Boris Abramovic September 17, 2019 03:12 Updated The term CSR refers to Sustainable Development issues applied to business. The ISO 26000 standard defines CSR as: an organization's responsibility for the impacts of its decisions and activities on society and the environment, through transparent and ethical behavior that:- contributes to Sustainable Development, including health and the welfare of society;- takes into account the expectations of stakeholders;- is in compliance with applicable law and consistent with international norms of behavior; - and is integrated throughout the organization and implemented in its relations.The 6 core subjects listed by ISO 26000 are:Human rightsLabor practicesThe environmentFair operating practicesConsumer issuesCommunity involvement and developmentSource: ISO Guidance on Social Responsibility See also: What is EcoVadis? Related articles What is EcoVadis? Why is my company being asked to be assessed by EcoVadis? What is the EcoVadis assessment process? What type of supporting documents can I provide? How can I invite other colleagues to participate in the questionnaire? Comments 0 comments Article is closed for comments.