As well as offering employment opportunities, training and development, we also provide practical and financial assistance at times of hardship and when the need is greatest.
In 2020 the company made grants of over £147,052 (£173,000 in 2019) from the Employee Trust Fund in cases where employees had experienced hardship following a serious injury, illness or natural disaster. The grants made are usually to help meet immediate living costs and enable the individuals and their families to focus on recovery and rebuilding their lives. This included grants awarded to employees in the Philippines due to a volcanic eruption, in Serbia due to a heavy flood, employees in the Lebanon following the explosion in Beirut and grants awarded to the families of deceased employees who died due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Slavery and Human trafficking statement
Our Slavery & Human Trafficking Statement describes the actions we have taken to help prevent modern slavery.
G4S sustainability Report 2020
Our approach to corporate social responsibility is now firmly embedded in our business processes, from employee recruitment and supplier management to bidding and contract delivery.