- Jun 3, 2017
Imagine tipping a car guard, or anyone who is asking to receive a tip, who uses that tip to directly supplement an addiction or any other non-acceptable societal activity. Suddenly social responsibility is a crux.
Well, I was going to use the money for booze and cigarettes, so why should I judge the guard for doing the same?
I am just pushing your buttons, but I get your point.
In sales we talk about value. The social responsibilities add value, and thus I see no issue with it if managed properly.
But you also have to be aware that charities also have salaries to pay, and thus not all donations can reach the end goal of uplifting someone/something.
The issue goes deeper than tipping a car guard, and you have to ask why they even exist in our society to get to the root cause...