EFFECT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBLITY ACTIVITIES ON EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN THE LEBANESE PHARMACEUTICAL FIELD
Corporate social responsibility, employee engagement, organizational performance, pharmaceutical, Lebanon.
Business | Other Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
This paper seeks to explore the interrelationship between corporate social responsibility (CSR) and employee engagement; first theoretically by reviewing the literature and secondly by surveying different respondents from across Lebanon working in different pharmaceutical fields. The aim of this paper was to seek a correlation between corporate social responsibility and how it would impact employee engagement and enthusiasm and if it would result in better return towards society. The data collected from the surveys was computed using SPSS program and the results in hand were analyzed in order to seek out the relation between the two studied factors. The results showed how different pillars of employee engagement and CSR are interelated using Turker and Gallup scales. This study had affirmed the theories in previous literature showing the links between employee engagement and CSR and the impact of each in organizational performance. This study showed that there is no employee engagement in the pharmaceutical field as there is a significant relation between CSR and employee engagement.
"EFFECT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBLITY ACTIVITIES ON EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN THE LEBANESE PHARMACEUTICAL FIELD,"
BAU Journal - Creative Sustainable Development: Vol. 2:
2, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.bau.edu.lb/csdjournal/vol2/iss2/3