Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
What is CSR?
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) defines an organization relationship with, and relevance to, the community in which it operates. It essentially adds value to a company corporate mission and underpins what the company stands for and will uphold to its consumers and stakeholders. Ideally, CSR is a form of corporate self-regulation
integrated into a business model in order to ensure positive contributions to public interest.
Great Facility Commitment to CSR:
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a core value for Great Facility and is at the heart of everything we do. By integrating this form of corporate self-regulation into our business model, we have committed ourselves to contributing positively to community growth and development. Through this deliberate step, Great Facility ensures that its relationship with colleagues, customers and stakeholders is conducted with high standards of honesty, integrity, transparency and professionalism.
CSR activities help Great Facility to create a balance between its corporate goal of pursuing development opportunities and its responsibility of supporting the local community by operating in a sustainable environment. We do this by keeping our contracts simple, easy to implement and free of unnecessary demands. As a policy, we strive to work above and beyond basic legislative requirements.