Social responsibility refers to an organization's responsibility to society. An organization should operate and manage in a way that is conducive to society. Social responsibility usually refers to the social obligations an organization undertakes that are higher than the organization's own goals. If an enterprise not only undertakes legal and economic obligations, but also undertakes the obligation of "pursuing long-term goals that are beneficial to society," we say that the enterprise is socially responsible.
Social responsibility includes corporate environmental protection, social ethics, and public interest, and includes economic responsibility, sustainable development responsibility, legal responsibility, and moral responsibility.
Economic Responsibility: Refers to the company's responsibility for production, profitability, and meeting consumer demand. The core is the company's ability to create profits and realize value. The performance of a company's economic responsibility can be investigated through three aspects: finance, product services, and governance structure.
Sustainable development responsibility: refers to the responsibility to ensure the sustainable development of enterprises and society. This responsibility can be examined through two aspects: environmental protection responsibility and innovation responsibility.
Legal responsibility: refers to the company's responsibility for fulfilling various obligations of laws and regulations. This responsibility can be examined from two aspects: tax liability and employer liability.
Moral responsibility: refers to the company's responsibility to meet social norms, norms and values, and return to society. This responsibility can be examined from two aspects: internal moral responsibility and external moral responsibility.