Corporate Sustainability And Corporate Reputation:A Moderated Mediation Model


  • Dr. Rajesh Kumar Upadhyay
  • Neeraj Sharma


Corporate Sustainability, Corporate communication, Employer Attractiveness,Corporate reputation, India


This examination is an endeavor to look at the effect of corporate sustainability on the organization's reputation by drawing in the entrepreneur within the sight of corporate communications. A study of 232 representatives working in 6 pharmaceutical
organizations situated in the Uttarakhand region was led. The auxiliary condition mode was utilized to comprehend the idea of the interrelation between the variables under examination, the expectednature: the independent variable (Corporate sustainability),
the dependent variable (Corporate reputation), the go-between (Employer Attractiveness) and the supervisor (Corporate Communication). As per the aftereffects of the information investigation utilizing basiccondition models, it was discovered that all
the variables share a positive relationship so that the sustainability of the organizations has a positive relationship with the reputation of the organization through the attractiveness of the proprietor of a business. Corporate communication filled in as a supervisor and reinforced the regular connection between employer attractiveness and Corporate reputation. The examination uncovered the job of corporate sustainability in building brand picture, and itis importantto impartthe organization's reasonable picture correctly to increase a solid reputation for the organization. The down to earth and hypothetical ramifications were talked about while watching the givenconclusions.




How to Cite

Dr. Rajesh Kumar Upadhyay, & Neeraj Sharma. (2023). Corporate Sustainability And Corporate Reputation:A Moderated Mediation Model. Elementary Education Online, 20(4), 3954–3970. Retrieved from




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