In addition, the new building, the Digital Transition Hub, currently under construction in Grass, will become the benchmark for innovative solutions for secondary storage and digitisation of paper documents. Respect for the environment has been a guideline for the design and layout of the building. The aim was to create a healthy and comfortable building for all employees while minimising the negative impact on the climate and the environment.
Internally, Labgroup has set up various communication channels as well as awareness campaigns that were accessible to the staff. Bernard Moreau, CEO, organises “TGIF” (Thank God It’s Friday) forums for employees to ask questions about the company and share their ideas. Internal events such as the summer party with employees’ families or “A morning in the life of …” are also organised, to encourage team spirit.
Labgroup also supports various local associations for the past numerous years. Many Labgroup employees are also members of associations, clubs or volunteer in a humanitarian organisation.
Labgroup promotes fair trade products. The company offers its customers “Fairtrade” labelled chocolate and also offers “Fairtrade” products to all employees, such as reusable gourds
To conclude, the company would like to express its enthusiasm, as it is now part of the IMS family of members and is delighted to be able to contribute to the research into sustainable alternatives.