We walk our talk about CSR and being a positive force for change. We have in place an active environmental management system, which means we use public transport where possible and recycle as much of our waste as we can. We choose our suppliers with care and their sustainability credentials.
We aim to make a net positive social impact through supporting young people into employment. Youth unemployment is a major societal issue in Europe and SEC offers paid internships to young people on a regular basis, to provide them with much needed experience and help them have better options. We regularly employ recent graduates and we are committed to train them. All staff have skills development commitments.
We offer all charities and any not for profit collaborations, with funded projects, lower fee levels to enable them to afford our services. SEC also contributes our skills on a pro bono basis to help some projects without adequate funding to get going. SEC is also a volunteer contributor to various Roundtable internal processes.
We also regularly support a number of charities with donations and give to UK DEC appeals.