The Moral-Value Orientation—A Prerequisite for Sustainable Development of the Corporate Social Responsibility of a Security Organization

@article{Mikulka2020TheMO,
  title={The Moral-Value Orientation—A Prerequisite for Sustainable Development of the Corporate Social Responsibility of a Security Organization},
  author={Zdeněk Mikulka and Ivana Nekvapilov{\'a} and Jolana Fedorkov{\'a}},
  journal={Sustainability},
  year={2020},
  volume={12},
  pages={5718}
}
The article focuses on the social aspects of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the Czech Armed Forces (CAF) and, more specifically, on professional ethics as a prerequisite for the sustainable development of the security organization. The text presents the results of research conducted on a sample of 278 members of the CAF. This research was based on Schwartz’s holistic concept. To determine value orientation, a reduced version with 21 entries of the Schwartz’s Portrait Values… 

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