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Improved working conditions and corporate social responsibility interventions in the world of business have crucial role for a business’s success yet they are the factor variables mostly under considered by most potential employing institutions and investors worldwide.
For instance, several studies have shown that improved working conditions for employees that include promotion of living wage, are potential to make businesses compensate their increased costs by benefits related to quality, productivity and reputation.
However such issues are rarely discussed and reported hence are not known or less understood and/or appreciated.
“Working Conditions and Corporate Social Responsibility in the Mining: The Case of Kaziwiziwi and Mchenga Coal Mining Companies in Rumphi District in Malawi”, is a book that discusses the prevailing working conditions and CSR interventions with reference to two selected coal mining companies in Malawi.
The book targets employing institutions and potential investors mostly in the mining sector; employment social partners; NGOs/CSOs operating within areas of Mining advocacy and governance; and academic researchers/students of Industrial Relations studies.
Kalani Mbeye Malema holds an MBA Degree from University of Malawi, obtained in 2013.
Malema works as labour inspector & researcher in the Ministry of Labour-Malawi, since 2006.
He has published online book entitled: “A Summary of Labour Legislation in Malawi”, which contains brief user friendly key provisions of the Malawi labour legislative acts.
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