Microsoft has been recognized for having one of the world’s best reputations among consumers for corporate social responsibility (CSR), Forbes’ magazine has reported.
Microsoft claimed second place on 2017 global list put together by Reputation Institute (RI), a Boston-based consultancy, which analyzed 170,000 company ratings cross 15 countries, the magazine said.
Forbes quoted RI Chief Research Officer Stephen Hahn-Griffiths as saying Microsoft was committed to enhancing education globally and operated as “an open-source platform that fosters perceptions of good citizenship and good governance.”
It also described Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella as “a proponent of social and environmental responsibility”. You can read the full Forbes article here. And, to find out more about Microsoft’s philanthropies work in Asia please click here.
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