Corporate responsibility: sustainability in a changing world
Corporate responsibility is integral to Ernst & Young’s business strategy. Our four pillars include community engagement, education, entrepreneurship, environmental sustainability.
It’s our role in creating a sustainable context — in other words, a thriving community able to protect its environment, educate its children and become prosperous by fostering innovation and generating new businesses.
The communities around us have a profound impact on the future of Ernst & Young and our clients, and that is why we invest in them through these four pillars of corporate responsibility:
As a talent-driven organization, our people and their skills are the best asset we can offer any community.
We work to broaden access to education so that the next generation has the skills it needs to make a positive contribution to society.
We support entrepreneurs because they create jobs, build communities and contribute to macro-economic growth.
We reduce our impact on the environment wherever we can.
Please note: Ernst & Young does not accept unsolicited request for funding or volunteer engagements.
Sharing is the foundation of living in harmony. Sharing does not mean one individual helping another. It means everyone sharing their knowledge and strength for a better, happier society.
As part of our devotion to contributing to the society and helping those in need, we created “Hanmaeum Nanumi” in December 2006. Ever since, our people have been taking part in a variety of volunteer activities. Please visit our HanYoung Hanmaeum Nanumi website for more information.