Corporate social responsibility in supply management has sparked the interest of both companies and all parties involved, as corporations are increasingly required to evaluate their influence on stakeholders and the environment. Rights of humanity, safety and health at work, along with environmentally friendly production and environmental standards, are all components of social responsibility that firms must consider while adopting supply chain management. Promoting sustainability and corporate social responsibility inside the supply chain is critical for businesses seeking to reduce their environmental impact, improve social well-being, and maintain ethical standards throughout their operations.

Discuss the many techniques that businesses may use to support CSR and sustainability in their supplier chain