At CGI in the UK, we believe that business has an obligation to act responsibly, a belief which is realised across our organisation. This is present in our operating practices, our approach to the environment, the partnerships we hold with third parties and the roles we play in the communities in which we live and work.



Social Value

This joined up approach puts creating and delivering social value and being socially responsible at the heart of everything we do. It helps us to achieve the ‘CGI dream’ of creating an environment in which we all enjoy working together and contributing to building a company we can be proud of.

Read our social value review

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Today we continue to take action on issues which our communities care about, ranging from social inclusion, STEM, through to local community partnerships. CGI act with dignity, respect, fairness and equity in each of our interactions.

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We are acutely aware of the pressures on individuals in our modern-day society and also how the health of our company and the wellbeing of our members are closely tied.

We pride ourselves on being known as a responsible company, where we pull together as a friendly team, helping all our members to bring their whole selves to work. Our member wellbeing initiatives have received awards from the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personal Development) and CHS (Corporate Health Standard) Wales.

Learn more about our member initiatives

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Our values form the foundation of our corporate governance practices. We are proud to operate as a responsible business to balance the interests of our key stakeholders: our clients, our shareholders and our members.

Find out more about our group-level policies, management systems and practice for material sustainability topics and impacts.

Learn more about our policies and accreditations