Csr’s ethical-semantic dimension. A research about employees social expectations of business Standing out from usual discussions concerned with best practices of corporate social responsibility or fairness in a multi-stakeholder model, this paper is going to achieve another point of view. It is intended to explore the so-called Csr’s ethical-semantic dimension. This formulation denotes productions of sense that cover social expectations of business action. Here the subject to be inquired is employees as a stakeholder, i.e. holder of values, desires and demands on corporate life. So, what I try to understand about it is the possible correlation between occupational classes and different schemes of expectations; moreover, the possible circulation of a common sense on Csr among different occupational classes.