Employee engagement in Corporate Social Responsibility focuses on engaging employees in socially responsible initiatives with three major parts of the book: the antecedents that lead to employee engagement in CSR; the processes and opportunities to involve employees; and the impact of the above on employees, the company, non-profit organisations and society. This book contributes to both research and managerial practice by presenting cutting edge knowledge from leading CSR scholars and practitioners.

Introduction
Introduction
Lonneke Roza Debbie Haski-Leventhal Stephen Brammer

Business as usual is no longer a viable option. It is estimated that if we aim to resolve the social issues detailed in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), we have an annual funding gap of more than 2.5 trillion dollars (Garroway & Carpentier, 2019). Consequently, we see an increasing interest in new ways of organising individuals and institutions to create and scale social impact.

Subsequently, businesses worldwide increasingly recognise the urgency of transforming their organisations towards sustainability and responsibility. They do so to maintain their competitive advantage in the market, ensure their social license to operate and secure the future of this planet (Haski-Leventhal, 2018). For ...

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