Attila Chikán Jr.
ALTEO Energiaszolgáltató Nyrt.
When it comes to corporate sustainability, it is important to think about both of its three pillars, the environment, society and the economy. In this spirit, ALTEO has developed a complex CSR program in which employee involvement and engagement have outstanding importance.
Date: since 2018 continuously
Solutions of the macro-sustainability challenges
Promote healthy living and health-supporting choices to enhance balanced lifestyles and wellbeing
What´s the solution?
The issue of sustainability is gaining more and more public awareness. It is important to address all three key pillars of sustainability (social, environmental, economic) in order to maintain the balance. In this context, we intend to launch a comprehensive CSR program in 2019, including the motivation of our employee’s active involvement and their education. Action for common goodness has several possibilities, of which we want to introduce more. The first few steps were already taken in 2018, for example: Health Promotion Family Day, Carbonless Christmas Dinner, and we took part in the IndaHouse clothing and development game collection. We also organized Power Plant visits for school-age children in several regions. We want to complement this with charity activities and solutions that work for our employee’s satisfaction that contribute to social responsibility and the long-term implementation of ‘work-life-balance’.
We are experiencing that young workers are increasingly engaged in a conscious lifestyle and are eager to work with a company where they can identify with the organisation’s aspirations and have the opportunity to do so. ALTEO is trying to provide the right platform for this. Encouraging workers and educating young generations will benefit society in the long and short term equally.
The result of social responsibility can be measured in the satisfaction of our employees participating in the program and in the results, which can be experienced at the supported organizations. Examples of such indicators include the number of participants in different educations, the amount of financial support and the number of employees participating in the programs.