We are with workers,
the community and our territory
The financial crisis put the corporate social responsibility at the centre of the industrial debate.
Today, citizens are more aware of their consumer rights. They can choose companies that follow measurable ethical principles and can act not only accordingly to their traditional parameters of convenience, product quality and easy access.
RENNER ON THE ITALIAN NEWSPAPER CORRIERE DELLA SERA: NEW TYPES OF CONTRACTS
Renner Italia too is one of the companies that believe in new types of local area agreements. The Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera published an article by Andrea Rinaldi “L’asilo entra in busta paga” (the kindergarten is paid by the company in the pay check). Rinaldi writes: “Once upon a time, there was the salary increase. Now, after seven years of recession, that is just a dream. Salaries have been reduced (if not disappeared after bankruptcy and closures), substituted by welfare or health care benefits, families support or free time improvements in the local agreements signed with trade unions […]”.
Non-profit is taking off
on the wings of La Buona Vernice
Renner Italia was involved in many social responsibility actions in the last few years. We supported projects to fight poverty, drugs and violence on women; to help migrants’ integration and social inclusion of excluded people; to support disabled people and cultural activities…
Since 2015, our corporate social responsibility is more organised.
We created La Buona Vernice, Renner Italia’s main social responsibility platform.