For Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand, being a responsible business means investing in a diverse, safe, and engaged workforce; adding value to the communities in which we work; ensuring high ethical standards in our value chain, and being a leader in sustainability. By being open about our progress, goals and challenges, we seek to invite dialogue and foster trust with our stakeholders.
This report reflects our continuing efforts to run our business responsibly and making a positive impact upon society, incorporating making an impact towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals. As one of the largest ICT companies in the region, we have a big role to play to co-create a trusted, sustainable future with our community and customers.
Community involvement & development:
We believe that we can all make a positive difference in our community. We aim to contribute to the creation of a trusted future: a connected society that is prosperous and secure, fulfilling the dreams of people in our communities. We engage our employees to enable them to live their values at work and feel pride in Fujitsu. In Australia and New Zealand, we support two long term charity partnerships with community organisations.
We have a long-term relationship with the Department of Defence and a deep understanding of the issues facing Defence personnel in Australia. As such, we have been proud to support Soldier On as a charity partner since 2015.
We have chosen Camp Quality as its Charity partner since 2015. Camp Quality makes a real difference to children and their families living with cancer. The services Camp Quality provides help children aged up to 13 years who are living with cancer and their families create a better life through building optimism and resilience throughout each stage of their cancer journey. From cancer diagnosis throughout treatment and into remission or, sadly, in bereavement, the Camp Quality programs and services support the whole family; at hospital, at home, back at school, and in the community.