A responsible consulting firm, Axys Consultants adheres to a CSR policy that constitutes the key for long-term business development. Axys Consultants is a signatory of the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact. The firm promotes the high ethical standards concerning human rights, labour standards, environmental preservation and the fight against corruption. Axys Consultants is also a member of the Syntec Conseil en Management and is a signatory of the Ethics Charter for professional organisation. Axys Consultants also created a Responsible Purchases charter that is regularly updated.
4 key focus areas embody the Axys Consultants CSR policy
- Raising awareness of social and environmental issues among the Axys Consultants teams.
- The creation of partnerships with organisations specialised in Corporate Social Responsibility.
- The improvement of the Responsible Purchases policy.
- The signing of commitment treaties that help set the boundaries of our CSR policy.
The continuous dialogue with the different internal and external contributors forms the main supply point for our CSR policy. In particular it is used to identify the expectations of each contributor and to put Axys Consultants practices and those of the sector face to face. Aside from that, Axys Consultants adheres to a continuous improvement initiative concerning its CSR policies by having specialised bodies perform regular audits.
Axys Consultants, UNICEF friend company
To invest in a better future and mould the executives of tomorrow, we take care to ensure the good health and education of children today. This was the reason behind AXYS Consultants’ 2009 decision to become a “UNICEF friend company” where, through its donations, it participates in rehabilitating schools across the globe, particularly in Niger’s education programme since 2013. The ambition is one of improving the quality of basic education in the primary schools in especially disadvantaged countries.
Since 2014, Axys Consultants has been signatory of the Global Compact promoted by the UN. This pact unifies companies, the United Nations and community players around a collection of fundamental values, placed under 10 universal principals of the Global Compact, covering 4 areas:
Les entreprises signataires s’engagent à : promouvoir et respecter les droits de l’homme dans leur sphère d’influence et veiller à ne pas se faire complices de violations des droits fondamentaux.
Companies are asked to respect freedom of association and acknowledge collective bargaining rights, support the elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour, support the effective abolition of child labour and support the elimination of employment discrimination.
Companies are asked to apply a precautionary approach related to problems affecting the environment, take initiatives favouring more responsible environmental practices, foster the development and dissemination of environmentally friendly technologies.
Fight against corruption
Companies are asked to act against corruption in all of its forms, including extortion and bribery.
EcoVadis certified company
EcoVadis offers a complete Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) assessment service via a global SaaS platform.
The EcoVadis rating focuses on a wide range of non-financial management systems, including consequences in the following themes: Environment, Social & Human Rights, Ethics and Responsible Purchasing. Each company is evaluated on key issues according to its size, location and sector of activity.
Building certified “BREEAM In Use”
BREEAM CERTIFICATION is the international reference environmental certification. It attests to a sustainable development approach by respecting the environment and ensuring user comfort.
It is divided into 10 themes such as energy, comfort and health, transport, materials, pollution, water, waste, site ecology and management. It is recognized in France and internationally.
It is an environmental assessment tool for building quality.
Applicable in the world for housing, offices, industries, shops and other non-standard buildings, it is validated according to the valuation of a level (PASS, GOOD, VERY GOOD, EXCELLENT OUTSTANDING) following the obtaining of credits and an overall score for the comparison of buildings.