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Macarena López-Fernández ; Pedro Miguel Romero-Fernández ;Tourism & Management Studies 2013, 2

Author: Jesus Barrena Martínez

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Tourism & Management Studies ISSN: 2182-8458 tms-journal@ualg.pt Universidade do Algarve Portugal Barrena Martínez, Jesus; López-Fernández, Macarena; Romero-Fernández, Pedro Miguel TOWARDS THE SEEKING OF HRM POLICIES WITH A SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE ORIENTATION: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS BETWEEN IBEX-35 FIRMS AND FORTUNE’S TOP 50 MOST ADMIRED COMPANIES Tourism & Management Studies, vol.
2, 2013, pp.
488-500 Universidade do Algarve Faro, Portugal Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=388743875009 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative TOWARDS THE SEEKING OF HRM POLICIES WITH A SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE ORIENTATION: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS BETWEEN IBEX-35 FIRMS AND FORTUNE’S TOP 50 MOST ADMIRED COMPANIES HACIA LA BÚSQUEDA DE POLÍTICAS DE GESTIÓN DE RECURSOS HUMANOS CON UNA ORIENTACIÓN SOCIALMENTE RESPONSABLE: UN ANÁLISIS COMPARATIVO ENTRE LAS EMPRESAS DEL IBEX-35 Y LAS 50 COMPAÑÍAS MÁS ADMIRADAS DE FORTUNE Jesus Barrena Martínez University of Cadiz (Spain) jesus.barrena@uca.es Macarena López-Fernández University of Cadiz (Spain) macarena.lopez@uca.es Pedro Miguel Romero-Fernández University of Cadiz (Spain) pedrom.romero@uca.es ABSTRACT During the last decades, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is being considered between academics and professionals as a strategic tool able to increase organizational competitiveness and financial performance.
Those companies that are meeting the social, ethical and environmental concerns of their stakeholders (shareholders, employees, customers, Government, citizens, etc.) are obtaining great rewards because CSR actions are consistent with institutional values required by society and consequently can improve variables such as the legitimacy, reputation and market...





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