Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a self-regulatory procedure that reflects a business organization’s accountability to contribute to the well-being of society and communities through environmental and social measures. Business organizations use CSR to improve economies, environments, and societies.

A company considers CSR as a management concept for integrating multiple concerns into business operations and stakeholder interactions. The comprehensive social responsibility policy helps companies undertake multiple social and environmental measures, contribute a part of their profits, and introduce initiatives for societal benefits.

Companies can adopt CSR policies to address the following aspects.

  • Environmental management
  • Responsible sourcing
  • Labor standards and working conditions
  • Stakeholder engagement policies
  • Gender balance
  • Social equity
  • Good governance
  • Human rights
  • Anti-corruption measures
  • Employee and community relations

CSR evolved from the voluntary choices of a few organizations but has become the need of the hour to address environmental and social issues. That is why many companies introduce mandatory regulations and legal requirements to abide by the rules related to CSR policy.

At Get It Rent, we have implemented a CSR policy keeping in mind the interests of society. We try to give more to the environment and society through our unique initiatives. Our team members leave no stone unturned in contributing to the growth and development of humanity. We have introduced a few mandatory regulations to ensure every employee abides by them when serving the interests of our society at large.