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A. Of, Our entity has a policy that sets our ambition in terms of health and safety and define progress paths, SURVEY ITEMS Safety items: 1

, There is a communication on health and safety towards employees in our entity (written information

, In our entity, there is a health and safety action plan that sets improvement objectives regarding prevention and protection, Our entity has quantitative objectives regarding the recruitment and employment of women among managers

, In our entity, the work-life balance is favored (adapted working time, telecommuting

, Our environmental management system includes measures to preserve biodiversity" 2

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, Observations, vol.2, p.525, 5252.

, The 2,525 observations correspond to the implementation of 25 practices in 101 subsidiaries of an MNE

, Appendix D: Clustered linear regressions estimating the effect of peers' conformity on attention to demands related to CSR Model 11: Attention to external demands Model 12: Attention to HQs' demands Model 13:Attention to external demands Model 14: Attention to HQs' demands, Table, vol.19

, Observations, vol.2, p.525, 5252.

, The 2,525 observations correspond to the implementation of 25 practices in 101 subsidiaries of an MNE

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, Heterogeneous implementation of CSR in an MNE: the role of subsidiaries' institutional contexts and behaviors