Framework of the CSR Policy

The acronym “CSR” stands for “corporate social responsibility”. The expression refers to taking into account the repercussions of the company’s activity from an environmental and social point of view .

The ISO 26000 standard gives a definition of this notion and intends to create a framework for companies. CSR is seen as a set of good practices that can continually be improved.

The ISO 26000 standard identifies 6 central questions, which can be considered as the pillars of CSR:

  • Human rights ;
  • Working conditions and quality of life at work;
  • Environmental impact;
  • The ethics of practices;
  • Consumer concerns;
  • Local development and aid to communities.

By developing its CSR strategy, the V33 Group brings these themes into the development of each of its projects.

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