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CH2M Hill lauded for ethics

Posted on March 22, 2010

 

For the second consecutive year global consulting, design, construction and operations firm CH2M Hill was selected by Ethisphere Institute as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies.

The fourth annual list highlights 100 organizations that lead the way in promoting ethical business standards.

As employee-owners and members of the communities where the firm works, CH2M Hill integrates environmental, social and economic sustainability best practices in its project delivery. Each year the firm sets more ambitious goals for reducing its internal environmental footprint through a rigorous Environmental Management System.

In 2009, CH2M Hill also contributed $3.7 million to benefit global communities.

All employees reaffirm their commitment to uphold the firm's business conduct policy through an annual re-signing process. Regular communications about ethics are shared with employees through monthly articles on the company's online news channels, CEO Blog, throughout the intranet, memos, e-mails from leadership, and face-to-face discussions.

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