Sabio believes that Corporate Social Responsibility is integral to our business. Working in an ethical way is at the core of everything that we do and we are dedicated to being a great employer, minimising our environmental impacts and making a positive contribution to our community.
We recognise that the success of our business is dependent on the success of our people. We provide an environment where employees are treated fairly, with dignity and without discrimination. The same can be said for the relationships with our customers and partners; we uphold high business performance in line with our values of honesty, and fair, open communication.
Sabio partners with a charity each year to fundraise and support, this years' charity is Starlight Children's Foundation. Our fundraising activities have included completing the Three Peaks Challenge, cycling from Glasgow to London, pumpkin carving competitions, Christmas jumper days and bake offs. Our activities not only promote giving back but also makes Sabio a fun place to work and create a sense of community.
|Sabio Three Peaks Challenge||Sabio Cycle Challenge|
|Sabio Pumpkin Carving Competition||Sabio Christmas Jumper Day|
We are conscious of our impact on the environment and aim to limit this as much as possible. We endeavour to recycle, reuse and make use of environmentally friendly products wherever possible. Waste materials are disposed of in an environmentally safe manner in accordance with regulations. We aim to minimise our consumption of energy and water as far as is practical and encourage the use of public transport, with season ticket loans * and cycle to work schemes * available. Remote working using Scopia technology also helps to reduce unnecessary travel.
Health and Wellbeing
Sabio offers additional benefits within the office including fortnightly massages *, running and walking clubs *, daily fruit * and mindfulness activities such as yoga * and anti-stress adult colouring books.
* Please note: season ticket loans, cycle to work schemes, fortnightly massages, running and walking clubs, daily fruit and yoga are currently only available in the UK.