The Influence of Geo-Political Factors on the Corporate Social Responsibility of Multinational Hospitality Organisations
As aresult, companies within the industry are making great strides towards, and putting more andmore emphasis on sustainable development. The demands of the society, where concerns aboutsustainability have an increasing potential, are still growing.
American business however, was not alone in their CSR endeavors.
The hotel business sector is one of the key elements of the tourism industry; consequently, it is the one which should be the most involved. Therefore, addressing any of these key areas denotes a corporate interest in environmental and social responsibility.
More and more businesses expand their strategies and operations to include social and environmental concerns (Izzo, 2014). The purpose of this quantitative causal-comparative study was to examine the potential influence of familyowned hotel owners’ attitudes towards CSR and star ratings on hotels’ occupancy rates.
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