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Social Responsibility

Social Responsibility

Social Responsibility

Economic responsibility:

Refers to the company's responsibility to produce, profit, and meet consumer demand. At its core is the company's ability to generate profits and realize value. The company's economic responsibility performance can be examined through three aspects: finance, product service and governance structure. Although there is no single definition of corporate social responsibility, in essence, companies pursuing this approach need to do three important things: First, the company recognizes that its business activities will generate a lot for its society. Impact; and social development will also affect the company's ability to pursue corporate success; second, in response, the company actively manages the economic, social, environmental, and other aspects of its worldwide operations, not only making it a company's business. Operational and corporate reputations bring benefits, but also benefit the social groups in the region where the company is located. Third, the company works through close cooperation with other groups and organizations, local groups, society, and government agencies.

Responsibility for sustainable development:

Refers to the responsibility to ensure the sustainable development of the company and society. This responsibility can be examined through both environmental responsibility and innovation responsibility.

legal liability:

Refers to the company's responsibility to fulfill its obligations under laws and regulations. This responsibility can be examined through both tax liability and employer liability.

Moral responsibility:

Refers to the company's responsibility to meet social norms, norms and values, and to return to society. This responsibility can be examined through both internal ethical responsibility and external ethical responsibility.