Klubb achieves Positive Workplace status

By Leila Steed12 February 2021

Positive Workplace CSR label

Insulated aerial platform manufacturer Klubb Group has been awarded the Positive Workplace CSR label following an audit by CSR Europe.

CSR Europe is a leading European business network for corporate sustainability and responsibility that works with companies to progress their sustainable development strategies.

Julien Bourrellis, President of Klubb Group, said, “For this first labelling, we obtained a maturity level of 2 stars out of 3 stars maximum. This only strengthens our determination to progress in our CSR actions.”

The label is a Positive Workplace CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) label was developed from the ISO 26,000 and ODD international standards.

France-based Klubb said that the audit, which surveyed its employees, customers and suppliers, showed the group’s products and services were acclaimed by its customers and that its suppliers had a “high level of attachment” to the company. The audit also highlighted the company’s dynamism and resilience.

Bourrellis, said, “Accompanied by the PWP [positive workplace] team, we have put in place a concrete action plan based on performance indicators such as the carbon footprint and clear progress objectives, which we undertake to communicate regularly to our stakeholders.

“I would like to warmly thank all of our employees, customers and suppliers who responded to the survey and enabled us to carry out this audit in order to improve together in our societal and environmental approach.”

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