There are business benefits to integrating social programs into business strategy beyond enhanced reputation, according to the CEO of Opportunity International Australia.
Integrating social programs is increasingly accepted as a way of improving employee engagement and morale as well improving reputational outcomes, said Robert Dunn, CEO of Opportunity International Australia. Opportunity International Australia is a provider and pioneer of socially focused microfinance and support services around the world.
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