Corporate social responsibility is increasingly becoming the subject of discussion in the commercial sector. Whereas efficiency and cost savings were initially the reasons for sustainable entrepreneurship, the focus is now on attitude and behaviour. TKF has been well aware of its social responsibility for sustainability for years. Corporate Social Responsibility is therefore one of TKF's strategic and future-oriented key areas.
TKF takes into consideration the impact of its operations on the four components below:
The social aspect of entrepreneurship for TKF staff.
Concern about the environment and climate change, effect of entrepreneurship on the natural environment.
The economic aspect of entrepreneurship, precondition for the continuity of TKF.
The position and distinctive character of the company in the area.
These four Ps are consistent themes at TKF and are subject to continuous assessment by stakeholders. This partly explains why increased attention has recently been paid to its CO2 emissions. One of the effects of the CO2 reduction programme is the TKF Carbon Footprint. CSR is substantiated in short- and long-term plans.