The present study was conducted to examine the influence of personality and work meaningfulness on reactions to companies’ corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives. Participants were measured on personality and then shown a website of a hypothetical company that either presented CSR initiatives (treatment condition) or presented materials not related to CSR (control condition). Participants were then measured on the extent to which they found potential work at the company meaningful as well as how much they were attracted to the firm. Contrary to predictions, personality did not moderate the relationship between CSR and outcomes. However, consistent with predictions, work meaningfulness did mediate the relationship between CSR and firm attraction. Theoretical and practical implications of these findings are discussed.