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Inner characteristics of Employees’ like integrity, responsibility, compassion and forgiveness are very important factors for every factory to be considered as moral or reputed one. The other important factor for company’s reputation and Brand value is corporate social responsibility these factors can increase effectiveness and efficiency and every sector (private or public) that wants to be survived in chaotic market should concentrate more on them.
This paper investigates the Employees’ integrity, responsibility, compassion and forgiveness on CSR in Iranian private sector in east and west of Azerbaijan in Iran.
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