HomeAsian Journal of Business and Governancevol. 1 no. 1 (2011)

Implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility in Selected Manufacturing Companies

Aster Akut-daan

Discipline: Genetic Engineering



The study assessed the implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility in selected manufacturing companies in Cagayan de Oro City. The descriptive research design was employed involving managers and executives. The statistical tools used were the weighted mean and Pearson. The study concludes that the most transparent system factors are corporate values and clear allocation/earmarks given. This means that the manufacturing companies in the study have always been dedicated to making a positive contribution to society. They show this in the drive to introduce values. They are also aware of the important role they play in the lives of communities surrounding them. They likewise take seriously their corporate citizenship and commitment to maintain a high standard of business ethics. To respond to the complex social problems affecting business, manufacturing companies participate in a collaborative partnership with stakeholders.