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SMK Corp Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report 2006 - Product Image

SMK Corp Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report 2006

  • ID: 403454
  • January 2006
  • Global Reports, LLC
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Corporate and Social Responsibility Reports (CSRs) provide an overview of the social, environmental, and economic impacts of a companys operations and products. While not a required filing type, publicly traded companies increasingly produce these documents to provide transparency to customers and shareholders.

Standard financial reports such as the Annual Report do not reveal all the risks, liabilities, or advantages associated with a corporations activities think Mining, Tobacco, and Oil firms. To get the full picture of a companys operations, opportunities, and risks, a CSR report is a must.

Why Does a Company Issue a CSR? To:
- Enhance stakeholder relations and credibility.
- Increase access to capital
- Protect/enhance brand image
- Increase integration and alignment of CSR strategies
- Bolster internal communication
- Streamline responses to ad hoc information requests

Who Uses CSRs?
CSR reports are in increasing demand by the customers and investors of publicly traded companies, who want to fully understand the financial risk and opportunities associated with the companys conduct of business.

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