ISSN: 2520-4750 (Online), 2521-3040 (Print)

Employee Perception Regarding Corporate Social Performance:  A study of the selected Banking Company in Bangladesh


Shuvabrata Saha


This research studies employees’ perceptions and expectations toward their organization’s Corporate Social Performance. Researcher develops a framework and methodology for analyzing and evaluating the perception of bank employees. This framework explains how employees’ perceptions of CSR trigger attitudes and behavior in the workplace which affect organizational, social and environmental performance.  It also examines the social issues in the lens of employee perceptions by the descriptive statistical tools. To know the employee perception regarding corporate social performance ten sample banks employees have been chosen. In this study, we found that employee perception is high-quality regarding social activities of the sample banks. Specifically, the study reveals that by pursuing a series of variables will help in assessing employees’ reactions to and perceptions in the context of CSR principles. It also indicates that bank industry should pay more attention to its relevant social activities.

 Key words: Perception, Employee, CSP, CSR, Bank


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Title:Employee Perception Regarding Corporate Social Performance:

A study of the selected Banking Company in Bangladesh

Shuvabrata Saha
Journal Name:International Journal of Science and Business
ISSN:ISSN 2520-4750 (Online), ISSN 2521-3040 (Print)
Media:Online and Print
Acceptance Date:25/07/2018
Date of Publication:26/07/2018
Free download:Available
First Page:419
Last Page:431

Cite This Article:

Saha, S. (2018). Employee Perception Regarding Corporate Social Performance:A study of the selected Banking Company in Bangladesh. International Journal of Science and Business, 2(3), 419-431. doi:

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Shuvabrata Saha, (Corresponding Author), Assistant Professor, Department of Accounting and      Information Systems, Comilla University, Koatbari, Comilla-3506, Bangladesh.


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