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Social Responsibility (SA) 26000

An organization's performance in relation to the society in which it operates and to its impact on theenvironment has become a critical part of measuring its overall performance and its ability to continueoperating effectively. This is, in part, a reflection of the growing recognition of the need for ensuring healthyecosystems, social equity and good organizational governance.
In the long run, all organizations’ activitiesdepend on the health of the world’s ecosystems. Organizations are subject to greater scrutiny by their variousstakeholders, including customers or consumers, workers1 and their trade unions, members, the community,non-governmental organizations, students, financiers, donors, investors, companies and others.

Theperception and reality of an organization’s social responsibility performance can influence competitive advantage,its ability to attract and retain workers or members, customers, clients or users, the maintenance of employees' morale, commitment and productivitythe view of investors, donors, sponsors and the financial community; andits relationship with companies, governments, the media, suppliers, peers, customers and the communityin which it operates.