House of HR is deeply convinced it has a role to play when it comes to environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG). The group is committed to have a truly positive sustainable impact on the world by staying true to its dream of changing lives, connecting and amplifying boundless talent to win in a world of change. So as to create a long-term sustainable growth, House of HR applies a strict focus on environmental, social and governance issues. Set up in 2020, this ESG-process has to develop an elaborated sustainability strategy and governance, supported by the expertise of an external expert.
First, House of HR has defined its four key stakeholders, being the groups of people, organizations and channels who will be impacted and involved in the ESG story. The stakeholders defined are, in this order, first all employees, and second all customers who include clients, prospects, candidates, consultants, and temp workers. Thirdly are investors, shareholders, and financial institutions. Finally we also aim to involve education institutions, training centers and the general public by social media. In the near future a structured process will be rolled out to regularly consult the stakeholders. As such, House of HR wants to stay informed about what really impacts them.
Another important aspect of our role in society is the integration of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s). These goals deal with aspects such as gender equality, health and well-being, education and reduced inequality.
Our ESG Charter
We are wholeheartedly committed to having a truly positive sustainable impact on the world by staying true to our dream of changing working lives, connecting and amplifying boundless talent to win in a world of change.
Without any doubt, one of the most prominent examples of House of HR’s social responsibility is JobRoad. This international non-profit organization helps people with a difficult trajectory to the labour market to re-integrate into society and hence also a professional life.