Photo: Entering our site in Cuernavaca, Mexico
Sustainability is an important part of Gemalto’s way of working. As a long-term signatory to the United Nations Global Compact, we benchmark our policies and performance against world-class companies and review them annually against the Compact’s ten principles on human and labor rights, anti-corruption and the environment.
We focus on the areas that are of most importance to us and our stakeholders, and where we have the biggest influence and potential impact.
See in a quick view our 2013 performance.
Engaging with our stakeholders
We understand the value that sustainability brings to our business – for example in attracting and retaining loyal customers and talented employees. And we need to ensure that all our stakeholders understand what we are doing and why – so we regularly communicate with them, invite their views and where possible join with them on specific initiatives.
See our stakeholders chart here.
Managing and communicating sustainability
Sustainability is integrated in the way we manage our company, from the boardroom to our different sites worldwide. Everyone at Gemalto plays their part conducting a responsible business, and each function has a role in achieving this.
See our chart
Gemalto sustainability report