Our commitments and our CSR policy
Quanteam strives to provide a business model that focuses on ethics, sharing, mutual respect and is committed to sustainable development and the respect for the environment.
The registration of Quanteam in February 2017 to the Global Compact helps us consolidate and formalize our commitments to the 10 principles.
Discover the concrete application of our commitments through our disabled worker policy named Quanteam Hangagé and our CSR actions (Corporate Social Responsibility).
Quanteam continues to fulfill its commitments to hiring and retaining disabled employees through the implementation of various awareness-raising actions, for instance sensory workshops of “blind” tasting, but also thanks to a purchasing policy from the protected sector, a support to the AIMETH association and adaptations of workstation.
Through its campaign and actions, Quanteam wishes to demystify disability and make us aware that we can all be directly or indirectly affected by this issue during our professional career and that Quanteam does not consider disability as a brake on the career of its employees.
Quanteam relies on an internal ecological charter in order to optimize our energy consumption and reduce our environmental impact to make Quanteam a “greener” and more responsible company. In 2018, Quanteam scored 64/100 and got the Gold label from the CSR rating agency Ecovadis, ranking us among the top 5% of companies.
We encourage all our consultants to adopt “green” habits: nocturnal extinction of monitors, central units and lights, recycling of used batteries/bulbs, use of recycled paper, reduction and optimization of essential prints, personalization of their electronic signature, etc.
Quanteam has been supporting humanitarian organizations for many years. Our commitment as a patron reflects the values of sharing and help that we want to put forward daily in our company.
In 2017, for the second year in a row, Quanteam North America is providing financial support for the Rocktoberfest in New York, a charity event organized by the ALTSO association (A Leg To Stand On) to raise funds to bring free orthopedic care to children with untreated limb disabilities in war-affected countries. Since 2003, ALTSO has provided care to over 16,700 children in need through local treatment providers in Asia, Africa and Latin America.