As well as making money, companies should have social responsibilities. Do you agree or disagree?

QuestionsCategory: OpinionAs well as making money, companies should have social responsibilities. Do you agree or disagree?
kieusonhoang asked 1 year ago

In this day and age, there are many arguments maintaining that besides the burden of making profits, the corporations’ responsibility for the community should also be taken into account. From a personal perspective, whereas the profitability is regarded as the top priority among enterprises, there should be consideration for operating the working procedure in a way that can be communally beneficial.
On the one side of the argument, businesses’ efforts to maximize their gains could bring about several benefits for the whole society. The first to be mentioned is the correlation between their profits and the amount of paid taxes. Thanks to this, government officials would have revenues to allocate for important aspects such as education and healthcare, leading to an improvement in living standards. Furthermore, given the abundant source of income, the generation of job opportunities along with the expansion of products and branches could also be entailed.
On the other hand, there are numerous reasons for the businesses’ acknowledgement of their responsibility for the community. The first contributor is the detrimental effects of their working process on the surroundings. When under no control, their laboring procedures could inflict serious damages to the environment, illustrated by the global warning which stems from factories’ emission and unregulated industrial waste disposal. For instance, given the installation of purification systems in lieu of disposing noxious chemicals to rivers, the rates of water contamination could be fully controlled. Another point worth considering is the provision of assistance to less lucrative competitors due to their capability of achieving the same. Some large companies like Vinamilk and Hoa Sen have improved their public images by means of philantrophy and scholarship provision.
In conclusion, although fertility is the fundamental principle of business trade, organizations should be contemplative about the society as a whole. Therefore, not only should they place their emphasis on improving productivity, but also provide the community with further support.

As well as making money, companies should have social responsibilities. Do you agree or disagree?
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Thuy Dung Pham answered 1 year ago

In this day and age [To date/Nowadays/In recent years/Recently/For the past few years] there are many (informal) [a number of] arguments maintaining that besides the burden of making profits, the (“the” should not be used here!!! It has not been defined previously) corporations’ responsibility for the community should also be taken into account. (The underlined part seems more ‘natural’ if re-written as followed: ‘…arguments about a corporation’s responsibility with the community besides its burden of making profits’) From a (unnecessary) personal perspective, whereas the profitability is regarded as the top priority among enterprises, there should be consideration for operating the working procedure in a way that can be communally beneficial.
On the one side of the argument, businesses’ efforts to maximize their gains could bring about several benefits for the whole society. The first to be mentioned is the correlation between their profits and the amount of paid taxes. Thanks to this, government officials would have revenues to allocate for important aspects such as education and healthcare, leading to an improvement in living standards. Furthermore, given the abundant source of income, the generation of job opportunities along with the expansion of products and branches could also be entailed [generated].
On the other hand, there are numerous reasons for the businesses’ acknowledgement of their responsibility for the community. The first contributor [/component] is the detrimental effects of their working process on the surroundings. When being [/In case of being] under no control, their laboring procedures could inflict serious damages to the environment. Such scenario could be/is illustrated by the global warning which stems from factories’ emission and unregulated industrial waste disposal. For instance, given the installation of purification systems in lieu of disposing noxious chemicals to rivers, the rates of water contamination could be fully controlled. Another point worth considering is the provision of assistance to less lucrative competitors due to their capability of achieving the same. Some large companies like (informal) [such as] Vinamilk and Hoa Sen have improved their public images by means of philantrophy and scholarship provision.
In conclusion, although fertility is the fundamental principle of business trade, organizations should be contemplative about the society as a whole. Therefore, not only should they place their emphasis on improving productivity, but also provide the community with further support.
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As well as making money, companies should have social responsibilities. Do you agree or disagree?
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