ESG and social responsibility
As a consultancy, we can contribute our digital expertise and capacity to deliver in such a way that our company, our society, our clients and our other stakeholders can collectively develop the world in the right direction.
We take sustainability seriously. Our vision of “we lead the way and build tomorrow’s society” demonstrates that we want to contribute to long-term value creation with the focus on the environment and the climate, social conditions and corporate governance – the three pillars of sustainability.
We will pay attention to sustainability
in all relationships with clients and partners
We will develop and share expertise on sustainability
We will embrace an inclusive and diverse culture
We will lead the way and keep our own affairs in order
We in Bouvet take our corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability seriously. Our vision of “we lead the way and build tomorrow’s society” shows that we want to contribute to long-term value creation with attention concentrated on the three ESG pillars in sustainability – climate and the environment (E), social responsibility (S)
and corporate governance (G).
Through collaboration with clients, we can pull the world in the right direction.
Our clients comprise important societal players in such fields as energy, the public sector, manufacturing, transport and health. They are engaged in an environmental and climate transformation to meet regulatory requirements, work towards their ESG goals, and deliver on the motivation of their
employees in order to contribute to the collective attainment of global and Norwegian goals.
An example is SFI Smart Ocean, which looks at how information from the sea can be collected and utilised. We are contributing our expertise on data platforms.
Our equality work is pursued in line with the four-step model, where we investigate and establish conditions in our group, assess the risk of discrimination and look at possible obstacles. Measures are then taken to promote equality and evaluate the work in order to make further progress. These efforts cover recruit- ment, pay and working conditions, promotion, training and development, customisation, and the work-life balance. We have assessed these areas in relation to all the basic requirements which follow from the Norwegian Equality and Anti-Discrimination Act.