Engineering: leader della Digital Transformation
Letter to Stakeholders
In a year filled with challenges, our way of being a community and doing business has been decisive, driven and united by a common thread in which innovation and digitization are the key levers for improving the environment around us, while placing the safety and well-being of our people at the center of everything.
In each of our projects, we contribute to making technology democratic and inclusive, interpreting it and putting it at the service of citizens, communities and companies...
Commitments and specific objectives are demonstrated by the new initiatives we have undertaken: the association with Valore D for the enhancement of diversity and for overcoming the gender gap; the participation in the CSR audits of the Ecovadis Agency and in the CDP assessment (formerly, the Carbon Disclosure Project) for the improvement of our environmental impact; the entry into the Open-es Community and the beginning of the path to SA8000 Ethical Certification.
And above all, our membership in the UN Global Compact, the initiative that provides for a direct commitment to pursue the ten principles of the Global Compact for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda (Sustainable Development Goals - SDGs).
Projects and initiatives of Corporate Social Responsibility
Engineering promotes the event that will take place from May 5th to 8th in Rome.
The President of Municipia Stefano De Capitani speaks at the new LIUC-UNECE webinar
Maximo Ibarra intervenes at the event organized by Confindustria and San Patrignano.
Maximo Ibarra among the speakers of the Fortune Italia event.
Municipia intervenes at the event of the ExSUF center of excellence.
Engineering takes part in the Fleet Magazine and Motus-E workshops at Key Energy 2021 in Rimini.
Engineering renews its support to the university business game.
With URBANAGE a research project to involve the older population in urban planning.
Engineering promotes the non-competitive march to the walls of Lucca.
Engineering brings digital education to the Community of San Patrignano
With more than 150 hours of lessons organized by its IT & Management Academy, Engineering offers over 100 young man and women from the Community of San Patrignano educational programs for the acquisition and improvement of digital skills.
Engineering and EAV decorate Gianturco-Engineering station in Naples
The mural, by Geometric Bang, is named "Women for sustainable development". Malala Yousafzai, Shamsia Hassani, Greta Thunberg and Liliana Segre: four symbolic figures are charging the train station with positive messages and energy and recall the contribution of female genius to sustainable social and environmental progress.
Innovative technologies and social responsibility
Engineering's commitment to sustainable development. The 8th edition of the Corporate Social Responsibility Report has been published. The projects and initiatives featured in the Report clearly highlight an ongoing convergence between the Group's core business and the development of a more sustainable and inclusive world, but this commitment is destined to grow significantly.
Engineering joins the United Nations Global Compact, consolidating its commitment to a sustainable business model
The Engineering Group has subscribed to the principles of the Global Compact and is consolidating its strategy for social responsibility, which has always focussed on ensuring respect for human rights, labour, the environment and the fight against corruption.
Engineering receives the Special Award for Social Committment from BBS - Biblioteca Bilancio Sociale
Inclusion, participation and circular economy. This award testifies Engineering's vision and commitment to promoting a form of digitisation that is strongly linked to values of social, environmental and economic sustainability.
Most Attractive Employer 2020
Clarity, respect and trust are the keywords for young Italian professionals to find motivation in their work today. Engineering enters the ranking in 2020, chosen together with other companies by the professionals themselves as ideal destinations for their career path.
Engineering remains among the Financial Times Diversity Leader for 2021
The award recognizes the management of diversity within companies
Europe's most inclusive companies - as ranked by employees
The FT assesses 850 employers on diversity of gender, age, ethnicity, disability and sexual orientation in their workforces.
Diversity Leaders: Has your company made progress?
Best practice Employee views help to whittle down 15,000 companies to just 850 in the latest instalment of the survey. European companies evaluated on diversity of gender, ethnicity, age, disability and LGBT.