Lecturer MA Diana Damevska, PhD Candidate
Business Academy Smilevski - BAS
Social responsibility of organizations is the sum of all economic, legal, ethical and discretionary expectations that society has for organizations within a specific time period. Organizational ethics is very important for organizations and business world because it is the leading practices and beliefs by which a particular organization sees its responsibility to its stakeholders. Ethical responsibility is about the social expectations organizations to do more than the law requires, or do special efforts aimed at anticipating and satisfying the social norms in terms of realization of all business functions and activities in a fair and equitable way.
Organizational culture as a set of shared ethical values, attitudes, expectations and norms that influence how to behave among themselves members to achieve organizational goals may be affected by often drives organizations to determine to behave ethically and socially responsible just because of the nature of the organization and belief, attitudes and expectations of their employees to these issues.
The research in this paper is in the direction of investigation, analysis and determination of the actual situation in some of our organizations regarding the application of ethical principles inside them which approaches of social responsibility are applied in what areas of social responsibility are most active. Analyze if it is the recognized externally and can be an advantage in the market. While attempts are made to identify an organization where members simply follow the model that is useful for them and for the organization and share the values and expectations of each other creating solid relationships and atmosphere. This organizational culture created conditions and helped create ethical and socially responsible behavior .
Keywords: organizational ethics, organizational culture, social responsibility