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Recruitment Sustainability Policy

At Critical Project Resourcing we are continuously working to make sure we operate our business in a way that does not cause any harm to our local environment.


• We source all our supplies from local businesses where possible
• Job vacancies are advertised locally to attract local workers
• We use fairtrade products in our office
• We have a recycling station in the office and encourage staff to use the separate waste bins
• We have a dedicated recycling officer within the company responsible for ensuring we maximise every opportunity
• All ink cartridges are recycled
• We keep our paper usage to a minimum, communicating via e-mail whenever possible
• Any paper that is used and not needed is shredded in line with data protection and then recycled
• Heating systems do not run when the office is closed
• Non-essential computer equipment is turned off overnight
• We encourage all staff to travel to work by public transport/car share/cycle wherever possible
• All our staff are aware of this policy and together we are working to make our carbon footprint as small as possible
• We endeavour to maintain that we have a positive impact on the local environment


• We endeavour to source all of our supplies from local businesses, helping to keep the local communities engaged,
   with work and employment
• We encourage the support of charities including Marie Curie Cancer Care, MacMillan Cancer Support and the
   Royal British Legion
• We have developed a trainee recruitment scheme that hires people with transferable skills. By training and developing
   people, we ensure that we are adding to the fabric of local society
• We are a family friendly organisation and encourage flexible working patterns for parents and carers; we recognise the
   positive impact that this has on local families and societies
• We encourage employees' participation in local clubs and societies
• We offer flexible and extended lunch breaks to encourage staff to undertake sport and other health activities
• We endeavour to maintain that we have a positive impact on the local society


• We strive to recruit local people, ensuring that the community and local businesses benefit from the increased
• We are based in the town centre, with a wide range of local shops and businesses. This encourages spend within our
  local area in small owner managed shops in the High Street
• We endeavour to maintain that we have a positive impact on the local economy

Supply Chain Sustainability School

• We are members of the Supply Chain Sustainability School - the school represents a common approach to addressing
• It is supported by a number of leading organisations including Balfour Beatty, Carillion and Wates. They joined the
  original seven partners; Aggregate Industries, Kier, Lend Lease, Morgan Sindall, Skanska, Sir Robert McAlpine and
  Willmott Dixon
• We are working through a number of assessment criteria and support resources in order to achieve Gold Standard