Castillo

  • Marín Sánchez J
  • Moreno Cobedo S
  • Del Pozo Benito J
  • et al.
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ABSTRACT Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has become one of the main areas of interest to organizations and public, as a way to respond to the legitimate demands of society for companies and institutions impacts. This situation has prompted the emergence of new professionals dedicated to diagnose, design and implement CSR policies to meet these demands. In this paper we present the results of the study conducted between CSR managers of corporations included in the Ibex 35, with the main objective to identify the characteristics that define these professionals. The methodology included two phases in order to provide a more constructive and critical approach. Firstly, through the questionnaire technique, we identify what were the professional characteristics of those responsible for CSR policies of the companies studied. Secondly, we implemented a comparative- interpretative analysis with the work of Argandoña, Fontrodona, Ramón y García (2008) in order to assess the evolution of the profession performed in Spain. The findings show that, although there has been an evolution, changes have been mild in the profession and main variations have been focused on training, seniority, age and functions. Palabras clave Responsabilidad Social empresarial; responsables; empresas; Ibex35. Keywords Corporate Social Responsibility; managers; companies; Ibex35. 14

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Marín Sánchez, J. L., Moreno Cobedo, S., Del Pozo Benito, J. L., & Salazar Jiménez, A. (1985). Castillo. Informes de La Construcción, 36(369), 17–24. https://doi.org/10.3989/ic.1985.v36.i369.1864

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