As a young Group, we are refining our sustainability and corporate responsibility principles. Each business combination we complete brings with it an infusion of fresh talent and perspectives. These new viewpoints present us with a valuable opportunity to explore new ways of delivering on the Group’s core commitment to responsible growth and to enable all our people to maximise their potential.
The Group aims to ensure that all our people work in an environment that supports diversity and fosters a culture of dignity and respect. It is committed to supporting employment policies and practices that support equal opportunities and non-discrimination, and that exceed mere compliance with relevant local legislation and accepted practice.
The Group’s policies and practices of equal opportunities and non-discrimination ensure that an individual’s ability, aptitude and talent are the sole determinants in recruitment, training, career development and progression opportunities, rather than their age, beliefs, physical challenges, ethnic origin, gender, marital status, race, religion or sexual orientation.
We support the Ten Principles of the UN’s Global Compact on Human Rights, Labour, Environment and Anti-Corruption.
We are committed to our obligations to comply with the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
Our businesses make a difference in the wider world, by partnering with clients to amplify important social and environmental issues in award-winning campaigns, and through pro bono work, donations and local volunteering.
Greenhouse gas emissions
We are required to measure and report our direct and indirect greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Because the Group was formed during 2018 from the mergers of private companies which did not previously collect data on their GHG emissions, we will begin reporting GHG emissions in 2020.