BUSINESS ETHICS AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN TIMES OF COVID-19
Keywords:Corporate Social Responsibility, Business Ethics, COVID-19
This article aims to discuss the impacts of COVID-19 on corporate social responsibility and corporate governance policies. We endorse Corporate Governance oriented by ethics and morality as an essential organizational posture that needs to be adopted in order to respond to the crises effectively. The study has a qualitative and exploratory character in order to foster an important discussion on organizational behavior. Regarding the prescriptions founded, we can highlight as an initial step towards a solution would involve the creation of a special committee to manage the crisis. The largest obstacle to overcome would be the protection of different social groups, where inequality margins impact the outcome of the crises.
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