accommodating (adjective, ac-com-mo-da-ting, \ əˈkɑːmədeɪtɪŋ \) response (noun, re-sponse, \ rɪˈspɑːns \)
Definition: is a management strategy characterized by the fact that a company takes full responsibility for any environmental issues that have arisen as a result of its manufacturing activities. It’s one of the main four response approaches that a firm can adopt regarding ethical and legal problems. An accommodating response is ordinarily directed at the public and is usually accompanied by the management’s complete dedication to solving the problems they’ve created. When a firm issues such a response it shows sacrifice, awareness, and selflessness on its part.
In a Sentence:
- The IPA oil company addressed the public with an accommodating response, promising to cover all the expenditures connected to the repair work done at the harbor.
- To show that they satisfy society’s concerns at the expense of the company, they adopted an accommodating response regarding the environmental crisis caused by their plant.
- The mayor agitated for an accommodating response on the part of the SharpStar’s management concerning the power outages that were happening in the city lately.
Synonyms and related words: defensive response, obstructive response, proactive response, remedial response