Sustainability is part of how Jema sees itself.
In all the areas it works in, Jema puts a high value on protecting the environment, maximising efficiency and conserving natural resources. This is one of the ways Jema meets client’s expectations and brings about social change around the world.
The scarcity of resources, environmental degradation, climate change and demographic trends are issues that not only influence social harmony but present new challenges for companies. Sustainability means that companies must take these major trends into account and develop viable business models in accordance. While developing business models with sustainability in mind, it’s important to think beyond the product and incorporate environmental, economic and social factors.
Jema takes on this responsibilityin order to be a good long-term business entity and to keep being competitive, keep clients happy, protect the environment and guarantee a habitable future for generations to come, because Jema believes that economic success and responsible business practices form and inseparable unit.
We’re committed to a high degree of integrity that we also expect all our employees in all the countries where we operate to uphold.
- Integrity is a high priority for Jema.
We see Corporate Social Responsibility as a way to think about the future and to help build a better world. We therefore act in a sustainable manner in order to become increasingly competitive, to generate wealth and long-term employment, to satisfy our employees, customers and partners and to protect and preserve our environment for generations to come.
All of our achievements are based on our efforts, made financially as well as the dedication of the persons that comprise Jema, which contributes to building a better socio-economic environment and a better society, of which we are an integral part.
As part of the Irizar Group, we’ve joined the United Nations Global Compact to unambiguously show our commitment to human rights, labour rights, the environment and the fight against corruption.
The ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact arise out of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the declaration of the International Labour Organisation regarding the Fundamental Rights and Principles at Work, the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development and the United Nations Convention against Corruption.
Jema is committed to:
- The people who make up Jema
- External collaborators
- The environment
- The social context