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Corporate Social Responsibility and Organizational Performance in Guinness Nigeria Plc, Benin City

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This study examined the effect of corporate social responsibility on organizational performance in Guinness Nigeria Plc, Benin City using survey research method. A sample of 312 respondents was drawn from the 857 employees using accidental sampling technique. Data collected were analyzed using correlation and regression analysis. The results of the study revealed that there is a positive and significant relationship between corporate social responsibility and organizational performance. The results also showed that corporate social responsibility do have a significant effect on organizational performance in Guinness Nigeria Plc, Benin City. Thus, this study recommends among others that the management of Guinness Nigeria Plc should make effort to sustained and improved social responsibility activities such as community projects and environmental protection in order to enhance peaceful and cordial relationship with inhabitants and achieved maximum organizational performance and competitive advantage.
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  • Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria, Edo State Study Centre, Benin City, Nigeria
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