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Corporate Responsibility

To us, putting good IT into practice for our customers also means making a more positive mark on society.

In addition to a general approach to proper and fair business conduct, we support the principles of responsible business in the UN Global Compact and report on our progress annually to the UN.
At NNIT, our CR policy is closely linked to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 
We have identified four SDGs where we see our work adding most value, and we are committed to making a more positive mark on business and society through our activities within this framework.

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In 2020, we have decided to increase our work with sustainable development by committing us to SDG 9 and 12. We are currently looking into which specific actions we need to implement in our business to support these goals. 
Activities and specific commitment have already taken place and will be continuously developed within the SDGs 4 and 5.

 

Digitization offers a tremendous amount of possibilities in both global and local societies. We want to spread the knowledge of IT among children and young people and to make technology's many possibilities visible to them.  

We do this, among other things, through our collaboration with Coding Class: An initiative aimed at opening children’s eyes to the endless opportunities of technology so that they gain a better understanding of the digital world surrounding us.  

We also help Danish engineers, technology students and professionals through Engineer the Future: A technological alliance in Denmark between 50 companies, schools, universities and other interest groups, where we ensure that many more people specialize in technological development. 

At NNIT, we actively support and promote equality through initiatives that promote equal opportunities for all genders in NNIT. Together with the rest of the IT industry, we experience the gender imbalance of our industry where the majority are male. NNIT therefore engages in several initiatives to promote the opportunities for women in NNIT. These initiatives are Women in Leadership Positions and Discover Your Leadership Potential programs.

Furthermore, NNIT focuses on gender distribution in the recruitment processes, and has since 2017 reported to the UN Global Compact on the gender distribution in NNIT and on the gender distribution in leadership positions.  

 

We are currently looking into which specific actions we need to implement in our business to support this goal. 

Stay tuned.

We are currently looking into which specific actions we need to implement in our business to support this goal. 

Stay tuned.

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Brit Kannegaard-Johannessen

Senior Vice President, People, Communication, Marketing & Quality