Dhaka Construction Company
Social sustainability is important for practitioners as it is something that is often overlooked when making corporate decisions, as compared to environmental sustainability and economical sustainability, hence a challenge for the industry due to limited availability of this insight. This study will be suitable for future research that will take into statistical ground work for the theoretical framework. The main purpose of this research is to show the role of social sustainability and responsibility in supply chain that affects the stakeholders and add value to the community. To investigate the role of social sustainability and responsibility in supply chain, including the effect on stakeholders and value added to the community.
The success of social sustainability and supply chain integration clearly has a strong effect on company performance. The results of this research provide recommendations for improvement for companies who are not yet focusing on making a contribution to their community as part of a social responsibility plan. The project involved different business sectors and supply chain managers and specialists, which have empirically contributed to the resulting positive correlation between factors that affect performance and sustainability in supply chain. The level of supply chain integration, measured through four dimensions, and concentrating on social responsibilities, allows a strong effect on performance, something for the company to dwell on. Further research may be taken to fill in more output, especially on construction and textile industry in which social sustainability is an issue.