Our approach to sustainability
Tieto is convinced that the long-term success of the company requires a business model that takes into account corporate responsibility (CR) and sustainability as a natural part of the daily business operations, including services and solutions provided to customers.
Tieto supports the leading global sustainability principles and complies with the requirements of many non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and industry standards. These multi-stakeholder initiatives guide us in our daily work.
We have been a signatory of the UN Global Compact principles for environmental care, human rights, worker's rights and anti-corruption since 2010.
We comply with the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.
We have engaged with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) since 2011 (Organizational Stakeholder 2011-2015, Gold Community Member 2016). Every year, we report non-financial information (externally assured) in accordance with the core option of the GRI G4 Reporting Guidelines.
As our new corporate purpose - Creating value for life - indicates, Tieto aims to play an active role in sustainable development for society, business and people.
We are a member of FIBS non-profit corporate responsibility network in Finland.
We are a member of NMC The Swedish Association for Sustainable Business.
We are a member of the United Nations Nordic Network.
Climate change report 2016 – Nordic edition receiving scoring level B. According to Ecovadis, providing supplier sustainability ratings for global supply chains, Tieto Corporation (Group) was in the top 2% of suppliers assessed in all categories in 2016. In the area ‘Environment’, Tieto was in the top 1% of suppliers assessed in the category ‘Computer programming, consultancy and related activities’. Based on the Ecovadis CR rating, Tieto was granted a Gold recognition level.As a result of our sustainability performance, Tieto is included in the OMX GES Sustainability Finland Index. In addition, due to taking coordinated actions on climate change issues, Tieto was included in CDP’s