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the finger of responsibility

The strongest blame of having done something wrong. Most often followed by "points at (someone or something)." According to recent polls, the finger of responsibility is pointing squarely at the president for the recent economic downturn. We must be careful not to place the finger of responsibility on anyone at this stage, as we don't have any facts or evidence yet.
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The purpose of this research is to study the relationship between nurses' social responsibility and the quality of nursing services in the educational and treatment centers of the Hamadan University of Medical Sciences in 2015.
The first theme, 'Mechanisms for the Sustainability of Social Responsibility Programs', included a working paper entitled 'Policies and Mechanisms to Ensure the Effective Implementation of Social Responsibility Programs'.
Satu Ahomaki, SVP, Global Sales will, in addition to her current area of responsibility of sales of human pharmaceuticals, take the responsibility for Proprietary Products business division.
Responsibility peculiarities defined in the legal theory (in the literature of the Soviet period) define responsibility as a measure of state enforcement based on legal and public censure of an offender and expressed in the establishment of certain negative consequences in the form of personal or proprietary restrictions.
** Seven of these Committees have just one other responsibility, generally over benefits or director compensation,
During the closing ceremony, Sheikh Faisal and a big number of the audience signed the "Al Faisal Social Responsibility Agreement."
Greg Folley, vice president with responsibility for the Sustainable Solutions Division (SSD), will also assume responsibility for Hoerrs current division.
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The first session, themed "Social Responsibility: Culture and Concept," will touch on the Sultanate's efforts in relation to cementing the principle of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and its role in the development in a bid to find a new definition for social responsibility in the Sultanate.
In other words, organizations need to pay attention to the social responsibility, to be able to maintain or improve their status in society, in a way that will sustain them and their success at work.
Against Moral Responsibility. Cambridge, Mass.: The M.I.T.
The third Saudi Forum for Corporate Social Responsibility is being held from today with the support of Makkah Gov.
Several issues of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in Saudi Arabia will come under the spotlight at the third Saudi Forum for Corporate Social Responsibility that opened in Jeddah today.
PPG Industries received the CSR Award--Special Prize for the third consecutive year and was named one of the top 100 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) companies in China at the 2012 China Social Responsibility Annual Forum in Beijing.
Through ten years of contentious debate, the responsibility to protect has proven to be both one of the most promising recent developments in international affairs and one of the most disappointing.
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