CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY FROM THE JOINT LABOUR SUPPLY AND DEMAND IN CHAPINERO (CSR)

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Autor(es): Martin Quevedo Bermúdez

Resumen


This article presents the results of the first phase of a research process intended to be developed in two phases: the first concerning the collection of data on various demographic and socioeconomic variables of a vulnerable population (single mothers, disabled displaced), and a sample of business in the town of chapinero, in order to link this information to a second phase proposes a program of corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) from the articulation of supply and labor demand respectively for each of the populations surveyed.

This survey applied to 395 people in a vulnerable and 155 business representatives from the town of Chapinero through incidental sampling, as the collaboration that were willing to give the study participants. The data provided will be the input for the submission of the CSR program in a second phase of the project, so this article only accounts of these data with their analysis.

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