Over the past 10 years, our business has had a positive impact on our candidates and clients in parallel with our own journey to success. But together with that impact on an individual level, we believe it is equally important for us to have a positive impact on the natural environment in which we work and live.
The energy landscape is changing and it's important for us as a business to have a positive impact on the environment in which we work.
At Spencer Ogden, you’re given a real chance to make a positive impact on people’s lives through charity work.
Our company holds a number of key events where everyone is given the opportunity to get involved, included fun runs, bake sales, and dress up days.
Spencer Ogden offers “Volunteer Days”, where you are entitled to take four paid volunteering with a charity of your choice. This is in addition to your contract holiday allowance.
Seven Clean Seas is a charity which we have close ties to via our Singapore office and their past volunteering opportunities. In 2018 Seven Clean Seas started as a beach clean-up community based in Singapore. They now organise regular international beach clean ups, hold talks all over the world and are currently piloting pioneering ocean and river cleaning technologies via innovative floatation crafts.
At Spencer Ogden we recognise that it is up to each one of us to restore our earth, not just because we care but because it’s the environment in which we all live and have a responsibility for. We’ve made a commitment to help fight the ocean plastic pollution crisis through plastic offsetting. For every successful candidate placed into a job, Seven Clean Seas will remove 1kg of plastic from the ocean.
Earlier this year we decided to partner with Cool Earth, a charity that works alongside rainforest communities to halt deforestation and its impact on climate change.
Cool Earth investigates the most effective conservation methods from around the world and invests in those with the potential for best outcomes. They work with communities who want to protect their forest. From setting up an in-country team to working directly with communities and local NGOs to develop their capacity, their partnerships are community-led and adaptable to each location.