Social Responsibility at the Industrial Companies Working in Aleppo A Field Study on a Sample of Managers

Abstract

AbstractThis research aims to measure adoption of dimensions of Corporate Social Responsibility CSR (ethical, legal, environmental, economic, and Discretionary), applied on the working industrial companies in Aleppo. To these aims, a survey has been conducted, designed and distributed to (120) companies, they were selected by soft sample type and by using (SPSS.18.0) to find coefficient of Cronbach's Alpha, Frequencies, percentage, and One-Way ANOVA, as well as T - Test. The results of data collection consisted of 104 companies have shown that there are differences between industrial companies in exercise CSR, according to Industry, as well as according to company's age. However, there are no differences between industrial companies in exercise CSR, according to degree classification. Also, there are no discrepancies between companies that studied and leading companies in practice CSR.