JED, Vol 14, No.3, December 2012, pp. 88-98 | DOI: 10.33301/2012.14.03.05
Human Resource Training and Development as Facilitators of Corporate Social Responsibility
Abstract:Recent corporate social responsibility (CSR) literature has emphasized the impor- tance of labor practices in the CSR implementation. The research presented in this paper explores how employees respond to human resource training and development
of CSR in the context of a developing country. Based on primary data collected via
a self-administered survey in Vietnam, we provide evidence of the perceptions of employees of CSR and conclude that CSR can be an effective way for firms to main- tain positive relationships with their employees.
Keywords:Corporate social responsibility, human resource training and develop- ment, job satisfaction, Vietnam.