Corporate social responsibility, or CSR, is important for a company's reputation, appeal to clients, and staff, investors, and top employees, as well as for keeping top employees and having total business success. There are a lot of studies about the development of tourism, but this study likely focused on the CSR of the registered resort and the problems the registered resort ran into when putting it into place. CSR. The domain of the CSR in this study focuses on the four variables, which are social aspects: employee welfare, health and safety, ecological, and economic aspects. This study utilized descriptive research. This study was carried out in Bongabon, Nueva Ecija, Philippines where the resort owners can be found. Statistical tools such as percentage, frequency distribution, weighted mean, and thematic analysis were used in analyzing the data gathered. As to the result of the study, a vast majority of respondents have a license for safety, which will help the respondents in guaranteeing the physical security and safety of their employees, visitors, and other stakeholders. The researchers recommended that the respondents should develop and implement a guideline for hotel safety to reduce the number, severity, and ultimately the cost of possible incidents.
Corporate Social Responsibility; Resorts; Tourism.
Cite this Publication ―
Rowie Grace O. Saclolo and Dr. Fhrizz S. De Jesus (2023), The Corporate Social Responsibilities and the Related Problems of Registered Resorts in Bongabon, Nueva Ecija, Philippines. Multidisciplinary International Journal of Research and Development (MIJRD), Volume: 02 Issue: 03, Pages: 63-71. https://www.mijrd.com/papers/v2/i3/MIJRDV2I30005.pdf