Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Our corporate social responsibility (CSR) is an important factor in our approach to business and a fundamental component of the culture fostered here at Tactile. We have split our CSR into four sections so we contribute to an improved and sustainable environment for our customers, employees and communities.
Tactile seeks to recruit, retain and develop employees with the vision, ability and determination needed to succeed. We support and best equip our team through our employee programmes to create a knowledgeable, fully engaging and well regarded workforce. This is backed up with employment policies and procedures to actively support our culture and values. Our management constantly aim to develop Tactile Technology as a positive and enjoyable place to work, examples include our ‘casual Fridays and early 16:00 finish policy’.
Tactile recognises that operating our business has an impact on the environment and that it’s important to conduct our activities in a sensitive manner. We are committed to a process of continuous review and improvement by working with customers, suppliers, partners and employees to recognise and reduce the impact that our operations have upon the environment.
As well as improving the way we deliver our services with environmentally efficient technology, Tactile works with customers to develop innovative technology-based services that help reduce property and power requirements thus corresponding to a positive environmental impact.
Tactile will always conduct business with integrity and respect to human rights. We promote; safety and fair dealing, respect towards the consumer and a duty to uphold the anti-bribery and anti-corruption practices.
Sharing our expertise to support our local communities is an important aspect of our CSR plan. Team Tactile actively look to support our local community by working with the Solihull bid and taking part in communal activities. Tactile supports local non profit organisations, promoting cultural and economic development of our community and beyond.
CEO, Lee Cassidy and Marketing Manager, Michael Sullivan are both adult volunteers at our local Air Training Corps unit – 492 Solihull Squadron. Both have each spent over six years with 492 Squadron and they help train the next generation by providing them with opportunities that aren’t available to their peers.