Corporate social responsibility, also known as CSR, is a specific business practice that keeps businesses socially accountable for their impact on the economy and the world around them. Companies like Starbucks, LinkedIn, and Deloitte have been holding themselves accountable by implementing excellent labor policies, donating to charity, increasing fair trade, and much more — and it shows in their employee satisfaction rates.

Working for a socially responsible company has become one of the top factors for millennials when choosing what companies to work for. As 76 percent of millennials look for employers based on their corporate social responsibility before signing an offer, giving back to the economy and employees has never been more important.

When you and your employer share similar values, you’ll likely experience personal and financial benefits. Working for a company you…

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