Visiativ’s CSR policy
For more than 30 years, the collaborative spirit that prevades Visiativ has been a core component of its development strategy. Visiativ’s CSR policy is based on strong employee commitment on a daily basis through various initiatives (skills sponsorship, charity races, donations, etc.)
The Group has chosen to invest its human and financial resources in two main areas:
Inclusion of disabled persons and underprivileged sectors
Developing the whole of human potential, whatever difficulties may be faced (disability, social insecurity) is a priority for Visiativ. This is a shared value supported by all Group employees via skills sponsorship and local grassroots initiatives.
Visiativ is a member of the H+ Sport partners club of the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region and has chosen to support the Handisport league which encourages disabled persons to do sport. To rally employees together and raise awareness of this cause, Visiativ sponsors Gaëtan Charlot, one of the brightest lights in French wheelchair fencing.
Access to new technologies through education
As technology develops at an ever-increasing pace, Visiativ wishes to make IT accessible to all and speed up education in digital technology.
Weeefund & Espérance Banlieues Pierre-Bénite
The Group supports the WeeeFund association which aims to combat early school leaving by teaching computer skills using computers donated by local companies. As the charity’s first sponsor, Visiativ equipped “Le cours Passerelle”, a school in the Lyon region managed by the Espérance Banlieue foundation, with several complete workstations previously used by Group employees. In addition to the physical donation, this initiative is in line with the principles of the circular economy.
Visiativ has supported UCLy, the Lyon Catholic University, through its involvement in fundraising campaigns. Alongside key regional playrs the Group supports the development of the university and 19 investment projects, including: strengthening the scholarship scheme, funding research on diversity and interculturality, and funding the E-UCLy digital transformation programme.