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Title: An assessment of the response of foreign firms to corporate social responsibility: a case of Barclays Bank-Iganga Branch
Authors: Paul, Mutalya
Keywords: Assessment
Foreign
Firms
Corporate social
Issue Date: Jul-2009
Publisher: Kampala International University.College of Economics and Management
Abstract: This research report was compiled on the response of foreign firms to corporate social responsibility, taking Barclays bank - Iganga Branch as my case study. It established the corporate social responsibility policy of Barclays bank, the extent to which this bank has adhered to its corporate social responsibility and the hurdles the bank finds in its endeavour to pursue its CSR policy. The researcher found out that Barclays bank has great concern for the society in which it operates and therefore a fair CSR policy. Among others, the bank's CSR policy is extended to its employees, customers, potential customers and the society at large. The researcher also found out that Barclays bank aids its employees to go for further studies, organizes refresher courses, seminars and workshops for the benefit of its employees. The researcher also found out the bank aids its clients to go for further studies through a special loan named 'schools fees' loan. This does not only assist clients but also children of these clients in the bank. The researcher still found out that this firm, aids potential clients by granting them access to operate accounts with minimum initial deposits and to some without even any deposit.
Description: Research proposal submitted to the School of Business and Management in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of bachelor's degree of Business Administration of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/11071
Appears in Collections:Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

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