To Camilo Atala Faraj, President of the Ficohsa Financial Group, the Business Social Responsibility (RSE) in Honduras has a strong potential to keep growing. Each day more small and medium-sized enterprises incorporations will be seen to the new business direction strategy.
Honduras as a nation that is always projected towards development, will join the RSE movement, that moves forward with great speed and that is changing the way to do business at companies.
Camilo Atala Faraj: National businessman must accentuate its contribution to Honduras
Camilo Atala Faraj claims that there’s still a long way to go, for although there’s companies registered and certified by the Fundahrse as socially responsible enterprises, the private sector can advance many more through the RSE, because it’s where the national businessman must emphasize his contribution to Honduras.
Referent to the social support topic, esteems that many companies have always identified themselves with, but must however work towards their groups’ collaborators to generate pension funds, handle personal finance’s programs and generate good salaries.
“Honduras is in an intermediate position, the private enterprise’s inspiration is to substantially better our position in the field of the RSE” manifested the businessman.
Small and medium-sized companies must practice Social Business Responsibility
Reaffirms that it is important to support the small and medium-sized businesses to incorporate in the RSE topic, as that will bring many benefits to the country in the future.
Ficohsa Bank as a certified company promotes the clients to also join the RSE as part of their business strategy, used as a marketing tool.
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