The social and economic impact of G4S reaches well beyond its working environment and touches the lives of millions of people around the world.
in 2016 we:
G4S invested more than £1.5 million in charitable community programmes and the welfare of employees facing health difficulties or financial hardships in developing countries.
This comprises of:
- Provision of goods, services and financial investment to more than 950 community programmes globally
- Over £700,000 in corporate donations of money and over £245,000 of donations of goods and services
- Invested £533,567 into projects to support the long-term welfare and development of employees in development countries
- Over £50,000 of fundraising matched through our Match-it! programme.
Overall employee retention continues to improve with voluntary employee turnover reducing to 29.7% in 2019.
In 2019 the company made grants of over £173,000 from the Employee Trust Fund in cases where employees had experienced hardship following a serious injury, illness or natural disaster.