COVID-19. The financial crisis. Environmental sustainability. Digital divide. Marginalization. All of these create unique challenges that we all must face together in the present day…
Companies that practice Social Responsibility activities or CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility), are increasingly forced to redefine their operating framework and identify their commitment to achieve a more equitable and socially cohesive society.
It is hard for us at WWG not to think about the everyday work environments of people all around the world. We are a team of professionals, but first of all we are a group of people. To do this, as much as possible we try to have a systemic approach.
Each of us, simply, tries to ask ourselves as frequently as possible this question: how can I influence with my work the fate of groups of people going through adversity?
Every day we build a strongly inclusive work culture in which all employees feel appreciated and can constantly improve. To make sure that the concept of belonging is genuine, we do everything to ensure that our workforce guarantees gender equity. We work to ensure that the company organization facilitates the participation of women and all business processes take into account diversity.
Diversity comes in many forms: sex, background and ethnicity, are just a few examples. Having a heterogeneous team means working in a way so that different points of view are heard which, in turn, make our projects better and gives the products of our customers an edge they would otherwise not possess.
This page is a tool of communication, transparency and sharing of what we believe to be good practices in the field of CSR.
Here are our priorities for 2022 in relation to the Sustainable Development Goals, SDG, set by the United Nations and defined as a strategy “to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all”.
«WWG educates customers, suppliers, employees, trade unions and institutions with which you enter into a relationship so that you always look at difficult situations and forms of hardship. This is an important requirement so that we can work together efficiently, not lose alignment of values and try to redistribute everything good we have been able to build over the past twenty years»Mohamed Deramchi, CEO e Founder di WWG