What is corporate social responsibility? Answer: Hudson’s holistic approach to business.
Hudson participates in the
UN Global Compact
Is there a “butterfly effect” in business? As a global company, we think there is. That’s why Hudson Luxembourg is committed to corporate social responsibility.
To improve the communities we work and play in, we focus our efforts on education and career enrichment. As a natural extension of our business, we believe that helping people develop their inherent skills and gifts leads to better outcomes not only in their careers but their lives.
Hudson Luxembourg employees routinely share their time, talent and treasure within their respective communities in a variety of ways.
Our corporate social responsibility policy is built on three pillars: employee volunteerism, corporate giving and responsible business practices. By getting actively involved in their communities, employees can effect real change on a relational level. By offering a matching gift program, our employees are able to multiply their financial generosity to a variety of worthwhile aid organisations. By conducting our overall business ethically, recruiting and employing a diverse workforce and promoting high standards through our Code of Conduct, we have created an environment that values the contributions of every employee, client and candidate we serve.
Additionally, Hudson is proud to participate in the UN Global Compact, a strategic policy initiative for businesses that are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption. We believe in upholding the dignity of all people through working to achieve common goals of economic prosperity, environmental sustainability, social inclusion and ethical business conduct.
Project "Part & Act": partnership between companies and associations
Hudson is a member of IMS
Hudson is member of IMS and takes actively part in the project "Part & Act", that promotes partnership between companies and associations. It aims to create a professionnal interface between the corporate members of IMS Luxembourg and Luxemburgish associations in order to emphasize the most value from these collaborations.
This initiative is supported by the Ministry of Economy and the European Social Fund.
Part&Act's website was launched in november 2012 and methodological tools were developed. 2012 is also a year of numerous training activities, such as workshops and conferences in the project context.