What is SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY?

The measures that are made by an organisation to be aware of concerns to the community surrounding it. It is reflected in a commitment to health and safety, civil and human rights and betterment of the community. Conforming to standard SA8000. See corporate governance.

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