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HR Practices and Internal Corporate Social Responsibility


Aastha Kochar And Dr. Monika Bisht


Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra (Noida Campus), India


This paper made an attempt to put forward the relationship between human resource practices and internal corporate social responsibility (CSR) in Indian Service sector. The paper is based on extensive literature review and has documented evidences from previous researches, wherein similar relationship has been shown. We argue intrinsic corporate social responsibility goes parallel to human resource practices in order to attain higher better. Literature review showed that internal corporate social responsibility in combination with human resource practices leads to improvement in outcome. This study makes a contribution to the relationship between corporate social responsibility and human resource practices by suggesting a relational model that may be tested in further researches.


Corporate social responsibility; human resource management practices; internal corporate social responsibility; Indian Service sector

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