There is a clear link between an organisation's environmental and social impacts, ethical practices and quality of its corporate governance and its long-term business success. The IFAA Group takes its responsibility as a business and as an employer very seriously and aim to adhere to the highest standards of corporate governance.
The IFAA Group is fully committed to a variety of commitments relating to culture, community, education and the environment.
It is the express desire of the IFAA Group to embody its commitment to corporate social responsibility through the outworking of its values of people, teamwork, integrity, client focus, quality and flexibility.
The IFAA Group maintains a strong commitment to:
Employees & People
The Group takes its responsibility to protect, support and prepare its employees seriously. The Group focuses on providing opportunities and resources to its workforce and leading by example in areas such as: workplace safety, health and wellness, diversity and inclusion, training and development.
The IFAA Group is committed to conducting itself in a legal, ethical and trustworthy manner. This means upholding its regulatory obligations and complying with both the letter and spirit of its business policies.
The Group values teamwork and work in partnership with other organisations to have a positive impact on the communities where we live and work. The Group also seek to engage with suppliers who adhere to socially responsible business practices.
The IFAA Group recognises we have a shared responsibility to protect our planet. Although its facilities and operations have a small ecological footprint, the Group works to reduce the environmental impact of its business through its approach to sustainability and preservation, conservation, and waste reduction practices.
Code of Conduct
The IFAA Group Code of Conduct Policy provides the mechanism to foster a culture of honesty and accountability and to prevent dishonest or unethical conduct. This policy outlines the responsibilities of Group employees, ensuring that they are aware of their obligation to conduct themselves in a legal and ethical way. The Group also has other policies that support the Code.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The Group protects the employment rights of qualified applicants and employees regardless of race, colour, sex, age, religion, national origin, genetics, sexual orientation, gender identity/ expression, disability, and/or other protected categories under applicable laws.
Diversity and Inclusion
The Group recognises and values the contribution of people with differences in capabilities, experience and perspectives. Diversity encompasses gender, age, experience, education, ethnicity, religious and cultural backgrounds as well as other dimensions such as lifestyle and family responsibilities. The Group diversity strategy includes setting measurable objectives for achieving diversity at different levels throughout the Group.
Discrimination, Harassment, Bullying and Violence Policy
The Group does not tolerate bullying of, or by, its employees. The Group is committed to maintaining a work environment that is free from bullying, harassment and violence.
The Group acknowledges we are individually and collectively accountable for upholding its corporate and social commitments. The Group encourages participation across its organisation and works with external stakeholders to continually support its workforce, improve its workplace, contribute to the communities it serves, and ensure its actions are socially, ethically, and environmentally responsible.