Xergy Group ESG Policy
Xergy Group always complies with both the letter and the spirit of the law, in whatever market we operate. We take an active governance approach to consider the impact of our business on the environment, our staff, and the communities and societies in which we operate. We live up to the highest standards of ethics across our business; we always respect human rights, ensure no exploitation, and conduct business free from bribery and corruption.
Xergy Group is committed to providing a quality service ensuring a safe and healthy workplace for our employees and minimising our impact on the environment. We operate in compliance with all relevant legislation, and we strive to use environmental best practices in all we do.
Xergy Group believes that our people underpin our business and generate success for our customers, our shareholders and stakeholders. We aim to provide a working experience that enables everyone to deliver their best work. We recognise the contribution that we can all make to the societies in which we operate, through what we say and what we do.
Xergy Group recognises that strong governance is both an important responsibility and fundamental to our success. We have a strong governance framework in place to facilitate top-line growth, reduce costs, and ensure regulatory and legal compliance whilst increasing employee productivity, as well as optimising expenditure.
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