Partnership Social Responsibility

As a socially aware organisation, the responsibility and principle linked to the sustainable development are at the heart of Mazars challenges.Since 2008, the Group has structured and perpetuated its approach as part of a strategy for the Group Social Responsibility called Partnership Social Responsibility (PSR).

A strategy based on our values

A long term commitment

The Mazars Partnership Social Responsibility strategy is defined through programmes designed and developed at Group level, then adopted and enriched at country level.

Furthermore, the countries also have a wide margin of initiative, which allows many local projects to be implemented and become good practices that may be replicated within the Group.

For three years, Mazars has described the main actions linked to its Partnership Social Responsibility strategy within its Group annual report .

In 2011, the Group even reinforced its commitment by becoming a member of the UN Global Compact  and by actively supporting its 10 founding principles , whilst reinforcing its communication on the subject.

Our four key lines

This strategy takes into account the inherent main dimensions of the usual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) -economic, social and environment- and is built, at Mazars, around four key lines

Reduction of climate change impact

Carbon Audit methods allows the measurement of greenhouse gases (GHG) generated by an organisation in the course of its activity and therefore, help to establish action plans aimed at reducing or offsetting these emissions.

Respect for employees and well-being at work

In the conviction that our partnership is truly enriched by the variety and mix of the people who choose to join us, Mazars has activated a policy for promoting diversity by offering not only equal opportunities for employment but the same potential for developing a career.

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