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encourage businesses to invest in corporate social responsibility

Gabriela Acosta

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May 3, 2013

Over the past few decades, many corporations have learned to tap into the expertise of social workers by creating roles for them within the corporate hierarchy. The infographic below shows how social work plants the seeds for corporate good and describes the varied roles that social workers fill within corporations. Some companies have initiated CSR programs of their own, such as Target’s Bullseye Gives program or Pepsi’s Refresh Project, while others partner with nonprofit organizations like Habitat for Humanity or No Kid Hungry. Brought to you by USC School of Social Work

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