Corporate Social Responsibility- A study on hotel industry

Rajiv Kumar

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Corporate Social Responsibility means that a company need to be responsible for its actions in the form of - socially, ethically, and environmentally.   Hotel industry is one of the fastest growing service sectors around the world. Hotel industry provides jobs to every kind of skill. Hotel industry provides knowledge to grow to their employees, trained them in user friendly environment and services to society in the form of various services given to society.  This research study is an attempt to investigate the concept of social corporate responsibility in hospitality industry where world top class hotel practices will be studied.


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Hotel Industry, Corporate Social Responsibility, environment, ethical, social

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