An investigation on the relationship between corporate social responsibilities in stakeholders satisfaction with sustainable practices in India: a case study on Pretech Plast Private Limited

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John, Dheeraj
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MSc in Management Practice
Dublin Business School
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The role of CSR policies is now immensely vital for all Large-Scale to Small-Scale Enterprises (SME) corporate organizations alike and for the fact that it has become a law making it open to huge opportunities which now helps to chart out a sustainable business path without disturbing the balance of the prevailing society at large. This research thesis is an attempt to understand and analyze the CSR implication of Pretech Plast in venturing into green energy technology like the vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT). In doing so, this research project has incorporated a meticulous survey amongst a sample of 103 employees of the company. The survey responses were then astutely analyzed with the help of SPSS software for finding out the bigger picture on the stakeholder’s satisfaction and the company’s CSR obligations and to what extent that could be aided by enlisting technologies like the VAWT. After the completion of this research, with all its success criteria being met, future scopes to carry out investigations along similar lines have opened up and also been mentioned with precis justifications.