Tesco's Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives
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Due to its size and scale of operations, Tesco was able to influence society at large in many ways, by encouraging its employees and customers to become socially responsible. The company adopted several initiatives to fulfill its responsibility to society.
Tesco made strong efforts to contribute to overall economic growth and development in all its locations across the globe. The company played an active role in providing employment, supplying goods at affordable prices and giving the community opportunities to expand and grow.
Though Tesco claimed to be an environmentally and socially responsible corporate citizen, many non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and industry analysts criticized the company's practices. For instance, according to Friends of the Earth (FoE), Tesco distributed 1.4 billion plastic bags in 2004, which ended up in landfill. In the UK, only 7% of plastic bags were recycled and the company continued using more and more plastic bags...
Exhibit I: FTSE4 GOOD - UK Index (2005)*
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