Social Responsibility

The Social aspect of our ESG policy focuses on how our business impacts wider society and workplace culture.

We believe that Robertsons can positively contribute to fairness in society, by investing in fair and equal opportunities and conditions for employees, in the wider community both local and further afield.

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Equality, fairness, support and care for those less fortunate than ourselves are at the heart of this aspect. Examples of our social and ethical business practices include:

Investing in local and global community projects and funding educational and recreational initiatives such as:

In 2023, working with Play Action International, Robertsons aim to build a play facility for children in Africa. The reasons for our decision are based on the following facts:

Studies have shown that early play experiences improve a child’s physical growth, their capacity for learning, chances of finishing school, future employability, and even personal income (Playground Ideas, 2015). Play is so fundamental for children’s development, learning and wellbeing that it is enshrined in Article 31 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Yet for many children, their right to play and to reap the developmental advantages associated with play is challenged. Factors such as poverty, war, displacement, child labour, abuse and exploitation can severely limit a child’s opportunity for play. This further exacerbates the disadvantage they experience and impacting their long-term potential. The World Health Organisation estimates that 250 million, or 43%, of children in low and middle income countries are unable to realise their full developmental potential.

“It is far easier to help build a child, than to mend a broken man”

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Unit 21 Fyfield Business Park
Fyfield Road
Ongar, Essex

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