At Millar Cameron we keep our CSR Policy at the forefront of everything we do. This is clearly reflected in the work we have done and will continue to do, consulting with organisations and companies that are equally committed to the development of emerging economies and ensuring that more communities are getting access to clean water, better healthcare and education and a reliable source of food.
Not only are we focused on our commitment in geographies such as Africa and Asia, but also remain committed to our local community.
Each office at Millar Cameron has a designated Green Manager, someone who is responsible for helping Millar Cameron reduce its Carbon Footprint as much as possible, this includes correct disposal and sorting of recyclables and the reduction of paper and electricity consumed by each office.
We operate a cycle-to-work scheme, giving our employees an option to get to work in a way that is not only more environmentally friendly, but is also beneficial to their health and mental wellbeing.
As a company, Millar Cameron supports a number of charities across the globe that benefit people in different ways. It is vital that these organisations are able to receive the funding they desperately need in order to continue the work they do. Our commitment to charity is so strong at Millar Cameron that we give each individual employee an extra paid days leave per year in order to undertake any kind of charity or volunteer work that is close to their heart.
Our employees continue their contributions through the regular organisation of fundraising events, which benefit the local community as well as our causes in emerging markets.
What always remains consistent within Millar Cameron is our drive to work with ethical organisations. We always favour suppliers with an ISO:14001 certification, so we are safe in the knowledge that we work with environmentally conscious firms, but we are always dedicated to working with clients that we know are orientated towards the ethical treatment of employees, make sure that their operations are sustainable and most of all create a positive impact on the wider community.